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Full text of "History of the Brown/Branns-Gaffney families of northeast Iowa"

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3221 Overland Ave. #<5218 
Lcs Angelss, CA 90034 USA 
Deceaber 5, 1987 

213-204-0456 

Genealogical Library 
Attn: Librarian 
35 Icrth Vest Temple Street 
Salt Lake City, Utah 34150 

Librarian: 

Enclosed please find a copy of *Tbe History of the Brown/Branns - 
G/^ffTipy FajiiliGS of Northeast Iowa". I am donating it to your library 
in the hopes that others will benefit from the research that I have done 
over the last few years. 

I donate freely ■tf ithnnt -p str Actions, reservations, or limits of any any 
xin d placed en your or7ani2atiGn. 



Sincerely, 
^ 'A. Andrew Brown 



of the 

Bi?CD\»7Tsr/ Bi^A.3srisr^— GA-FFisTEriT F'A.MCiL ie;;s 

of 



Including the families of: 



Adlers, Avery, Axtraann, Baldwin, Barnes, Becker, Benjamin, Bennett, Berry, Bonura, Borodell, 
Brown, Brijggmann, Bunker, Burdick, Busecott, Chesebrougli, Chandler, Clapsaddle, Clark, 
Clarke, Conry, Cook, Cooper, Crandall, Oarrow, Oenison, Dewalt, Durhkop, Eaton, Eckhart, 
Eddy, England, Eskridge, Fenny, Fosten, Foster, Friend, Qaffney, Gardiner, Gay, Qilow, 
Glaser, Grazin, Greenslade, Gowney, Guile, Hannan, Hansel, Heffernan, Helm, Hewitt, Howson, 
Hubbard, Hunt, Ingoldsby, Ingrahara, Jackson, Kenner, Kunz, Lahy, Langworthy, Lay, Latham, 
Lee, Lord, Lorenz, Lynch, Mahon, Mahncke, Major, Masters, Mayin, Mott, Qbreiter, Owen, 
Palmer, Packer, Perry, Philpott, Prentice, Rodham, Schmidt, Seaton, Short, Shottrailler, 
Smith, Stanton, Starr, Stevenson, Stone, Wagner, Westcott, Wilkinson, Wittmeyer, Wulff, 



"He only deserves to be remembered by posterity, 
who treasures up & preserves the history of his Ancestry. 

—Edmund Burke— 



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IITTRODUCTIOS 

This is the third effort to reconstruct the history of the Brown & Gaffney families of 
lortheast Iowa. Vhile the work may never be completeley finished, I am hoping to provide 
frequent updates of my work. 

My primary purpose is to provide a genealogical history for members of my family and 
those thousands who have connections. 

The format I have chosen to present this mass of information is the basic 'family group 
sheet'. To add substance to the statistics 4 give a glimpse of the individual, I have 
included wills, testimonials, obituaries, & excerpts from pension applications. 

All ancestors are indicated by a reference number, which should be helpful in tracing 
parents, children, ancestors, or descendants. 

I have been aided in this work by five main libraries: The Genealogical Library of the 
Los Angeles Morman Temple, Sons of the Revolution Library in Glendale, Ca. , the Central 
Public Library of Los Angeles, Ca. , The Iowa State Historical Library in Iowa City, & The 
Genealogical Library of the Morman Church in Salt Lake City, Utah. In addition the 
ITational Archives in Washington, D.C. has been of imrense help. Individual sources are 
cited in the back of this work. 

The ancestral origins of the Browns and Gaffneys are primarily the German States and 
Ireland with a sprinkling of English, Scots, & Welsh. Deidrich Brown(#008) evidently 
changed his name to Brown from either Branns or Braun after coming to this country in 
1874 from Germany. Research on his line as a result has not gotten very far. However 
lines that his descendants married into have not been impeded and are presented herein. 
Early Uew England lines representing England, Scotland, & Vales include: 

John Eaton #2720 John Crandall #2734 George Darrow #1344 

British ancestors who settled in Virginia include: 

Richard Lee#6102 George Eskridge #1526 Hathew Rodham #6098 

Germans are represented by two waves of immigrants. The first wave include what were 
called Palatines who immigrated to Pennsylvania in the 1700' s. They were mistakenly 
referred to as the "Pennsylvania Dutch" and primarily came from areas in Southern Germany 
seeking political and religious freedom. After settling in Southeastern Pennsylvania, 
they spread out thru nearby states. In this work they include: 

Johann L. Hentzel #320. .. George Eckhart #164 Frantz Klebsattle #324 

The second wave of Gemans came between 1850 4 1874 and are represented by: 
Diedrich Brown #008 Johann Helm #018 Frank Shottmiller #030 

Those who can trace their ancestry to Antoni Schottmiiller (#120) include Carl Benz, the 
founder of the Benz Auto Company (marketer of the Mercedes Benz today). 

The Irish arrived in the United States between 1830 & 1850. Irish emigration to 
America was sparked by the Typhoid epedemic of the early 1830' s which devasted Ireland 
and the Potatoe Famine of the late 1840' s which resulted in upwards of a million Irish 
starving. In addition there were religious restrictions on the Irish Catholics by the 
British occupiers. They are represented by: 

Terrence Gaffney #024. . . . Roger Hef fernen #028 John Lynch #058 



Religion played a major part in the lives of these ancestors. Congregational ists, 
>fethadist3. Baptists, Anglicans, Brethren, Reformed Lutheran. Evangelical Lutheran, Roman 
Catholics, and others are represented. Protestant ministers include: 

John Crandall #2734 Villiam Eddy #5410 .Samuel Hubbard #5574 

Ronan Catholic Priests include: 

Thonas Ccnry #025-6 Richard Murphy #058-4-7 Leo Heffernan #058-1 

Roman Catholic Juns include: 

Daughters of Roger Heffernen #028 4 Janes Hannan #062-3 

Vars played a significant part In history and affected our ancestors. 3tany played 
minor to major roles in these conflicts. Participants in the American Revolutionary Var 
(1775-83) are represented by: 

Sylvester Crandall #174. . James Seaton #190 George Eckhart #164 

Participants in the Civil ¥ar(1361-65) are represented by: 

Terrence Gaffney #024. . . . John Helm #018 Alfred Darrow #042-2 

The Civil Var decided whether this country would tolerate slavery. Our ancestors 
fought on both sides and some ancestors were slaveholders. The probate papers of George 
Eskridge (#1526) frequently mentions his slaves. The probate papers of John Eckhart's 
wife Jtary Ann(#083) speak of her slaves 4 her provision for their freedom. 

In terms of property & wealth, I have included where possible some indication of the 
estates of these ancestors and should be self explanatory on the group sheets. 

I have tried to Identify all my sources and strive for accuracy, however I realize that 
there may be errors in the work of others as well as myself. Thus I welcome information 
and or comments that nay help expand on this work. 



20DEC1987 H. Andrew Brawn 

3221 Overland Ave. ^6218 
Los Angeles, CA 90067 

213-204-0456 (H) 
213-853-4743 (B) 



TABLE OF coirrEirTS 



Family Group Pages: 

00002 Brown, Harland Detrich 00003 

00004 Brovfa, Edward Alfred 00005 

00006 Gaffaey, Francis Michael 00007 

00008 Brown, Deidrich 00009 

00009 Helm, Jane Alice 00000 

00010 Hansel, Marion Edward 00011 
00012 Gaffney, Michael F. 00013 
00014 Heffernen, Thomas Edward 00015 
00016 Branns, 00017 
00018 Helm, Johann Carl 00019 
00020 Hansel, Jacob 00021 
00022 Smith, Winfrey McHenry 00023 
00024 Gaffney Sr. , Terrence 00025 
00026 Conry, John 00027 
00028 Heffernen, Roger 00029 
00030 Shottmiller, Frank 00031 
00036 Helm, Joachim 00037 
00038 Briiggemann, Johann C. 00039 
00040 Hansel Sr. , John 00041 
00042 Darrow, George W. 00043 
00044 Smith, Abijah H. 00045 

00046 Vilkinson, Thomas 00047 

00047 Hunt, Sarah Matilda 00000 

00048 Gaffney, Edward 00049 
00052 Connery, John 00053 
00054 Vhalen, Phillip 00055 
00056 Heffernan, John? 00057 
00058 Lynch, John 00059 
00060 Schottmiiller, Joseph 00061 
00062 Hannan, Michael 00063 
00072 Helm, Joachim Heinrih Christian 00073 
00074 Mahnke, Bernhard F. 00075 
00076 Bruggman, 00077 
00078 Schmidt, Johann 00079 
00080 Hansel, Philip 00081 
00082 Eckhart, John 00083 
00084 Darrow, Russel 00085 
00086 Stone, Andrew 00087 
00092 Vilkinson, William 00093 
00094 Hunt, Jonas 00095 
00116 00117 
00120 Schottmuller, Antoni 00121 
00122 Kunz, Benedikt 00123 
00124 Hannan, 00125 
00144 Helm, Johann Heinrith 00145 
00146 Becker, Johann Friederich 00147 
00148 Mahnke, Joachim F. 00149 
00156 Schmidt, 00157 
00160 Hansel, John Michael 00161 
00162 Clapsaddle, George Franciscus 00163 
00164 Eckhart, George Adam 00165 
00168 Darrow, Capt. George 00169 



Gaffney, Rita E. 
Hansel, Larahama 
Heffernen, Mary Genevieve 
Helm, Jane Alice 
Behncke, August 
Smith, Carrie Abigail 
Conry, Ellen G. 
Shottmiller, Catherine 

Briiggemann, Caroline H. 
Darrow, 5ancy Esther 
Wilkinson, Sarah 
Mahon, Ann 
Vhalen, Mary 
Lynch, Johnanna 
Hannan, Catherine 
Mahncke, Maria Dorthea 
Schmidt, Sophia Christina 
Eckhart, Mary M. 
Stone, Ellen Almira 
Baldwin, Ruth M. 
Hunt, Matilde Sarah 
Baker, Henry 
Gowney, Mary 



Kunz, Maria Anna 
Wallace, Catherine 
Becker, Christina Maria 
Gilow, Maria Dortig 



Clapsaddle, Hannah 

? , Mary Ann 
Eaton, Deliverance 
Crandall, Aurelia 

Seat on, Jane 

Axtmann, Catherine 
Obreiter, Maria Anna 

Duhrkop, Catari Elizabeth 
Lorenz, Maria Louisa 
Vulff, Anna Dorthea 

? , Anna Catherine 

Vittmeyer, Maria 
Benjamin, Elizabeth 



TABLE OF C05TEHTS 



M17I8 
0«172 

00174 
00184 
0018S 
00190 
00240 
00242 
00244 
00246 
00296 
00298 
00320 
00324 
00328 
00336 
00338 
00340 
00342 
00344 
00346 
00348 
00350 
00376 
00380 
00382 
00480 
00640 
00648 
00672 
00674 
00676 
00678 
00680 
00632 
00688 
00690 
00692 
00696 
00698 
00700 
00752 
00760 
00762 
01344 
01346 
01348 
01350 
01352 
01354 
01358 
01360 
01362 
01376 
01378 



Eaton, Elijah 
Stone, josiah 
Crandall, Sylvester 
Vilklnson, Jolin 
Hunt, Joshua 
Seaton, James III 
Schottmijller, Christian 
Axtaiann, Josephus 
Kunz, Josepho 
Obrelter, Josepho 
Mahncke, Hans Si 1 vert 
Vulffen, Friederlch 
Hentzel, Johann Lorentz 
Clappsaddle, Francis 

Darrow, George 
Benjamin, Daniel 
Eaton, Nathaniel 
Mott, 

Stone Sr. , Josiah 
Bennett, John 
Crandall, Joseph 
Barnes, Thomas 

Seaton, James II 
Clark, John 
Schottmiiller Family 
Hentzel, 
Klebsattle, 
Darrow, Christopher 
Palmer Jr. , Joseph 
Benjamin, Joseph 
Guile, Benjamin 
Eaton, Thomas 
Perry, John 
Stone , Jonathan 
Fisk, Joseph 
Bennett, John 
Crandall, Joseph 
Crandall, John 



Seaton, James 
Kenner, Howson 
Darrow, Sgt. George 
Packer, John 
Palmer, Joseph 
Palmer, Deacon Gershom 
Benjamin, Joseph 
Cook, Richard 
Denison, Capt. Vllliam 
Eaton, John 
Gay, Uathaniel 
Stone, John 
Vestcott, Benjamin 



00171 
00173 
00175 
00185 
00189 
00191 
00241 
00243 
00245 
00247 
00297 
00299 
00321 
00325 
00329 
00337 
00339 
00341 
00343 
00345 
00347 
00349 
00351 
00377 
00381 
00383 

00641 
00649 
00673 
00675 
00677 
00679 
00681 
00683 
00689 
00691 
00693 
00697 
00699 
00701 
00753 
00761 
00763 
01345 
01347 
01349 
01351 
01352 
01355 
01359 
01361 
01363 
01377 
01379 



Mott, Deliverance 

? , Lois 
Barnes, Mercy 



Clark, Mary 

Grazin, Maria Christina 
Vagner, Maria Barbara 
May (in), Francisca 
Glaser, Solomea 
Adlers, Sophia Dorthea 

? , Catherine Elizabeth 
? , Rasina 

Palmer, Phoebe 
Guile, Phoebe 
Parry, Esther 



? , Anne 
Crandall, Elizabeth 



Kenner, Elizabeth 
? , Mary 



Packer, Elizabeth 
Palmer, Mary 
Cook, Elizabeth 
Denison, Phebe 
Gay, Lydia Starr 
?Ingoldsby, Sarah 
Vestcott, Hannah 
? , Free love 

Lang>»orthy, Ann 
? , Mary 



? , Frances 
Eskridge, Margaret 

? , Mary 
Latham, Lydia 
Prentice, Frances 
Denison, Ann 
Clark, Sarah 
?Larrabee, Grace 
Avery, Mary 

? , Alice 
Starr, Lydia 
Foster, Abigail 
Gardiner, Bethia 



TABLE OF COHTEirrS 



01380 
01334 
01392 
01394 
01400 
01402 
01504 
01524 
01526 
02692 
02694 
02696 
02698 
02700 
02702 
02704 
02716 
02718 
02720 
02724 
02726 
02752 
02756 
02768 
02784 
02786 
02788 
03008 
03048 
03050 
03054 
05392 
05394 
05398 
05404 
05410 
05432 
05434 
05436 
05438 
05452 
05454 
05506 
05512 
05514 
05574 
05578 
06016 
06096 
06098 
06102 
06110 
10790 
10796 
10808 



Fisk, Samuel 
Bennett, Samuel 
Crandall, Elder Joseph 
Langworthy, Samuel 



Kenner, Francis 
Eskridge, George 
Packer, John 
Latham, Gary 
Palmer, Uehemiah 
Prentice, Thomas 
Palmer, Walter 
Denison, George 
Benjamin, John 
Denison, Capt. John 
Avery, John 
Eaton, John 
Gay, John 
Starr, John 
Stone, Hugh 
Vestcott, Jeremiah 
Bennett, Samuel 
Crandall, Elder John 
Burdick, Robert 
Langworthy, Andrew 
Hunt, Ralph 
Kenner, Richard 
Howson, Capt. Leonard 
Bonum Sr. , Samuel 
Palmer, Valter 
Stanton, Thomas 
Jackson, Edward 
Denison, Villiam 
Eddy, Villiam 
Denison, George 
Lay, Robert 
Avery, Capt. James 
Chesebrough, Samuel 
Starr, Dr. Comfort 
Bunker, George 
Busecot, Peter 
Vestcott, Stukely 
England, Villiam 
Hubbard, Samuel 
Hubbard, Samuel 

Kenner, Richard 
Rodham, Mathew 
Lee, Col. Richard 
Phil pott, Robert 
Lord, Thomas 
Jackson, Christopher 
Denyson, John 



01381 
01385 
01393 
01395 
01401 
01403 
01505 
01525 
01527 
02693 
02695 
02697 
02699 
02701 
02703 
02705 
02717 
02719 
02721 
02725 
02727 
02753 
02757 
02769 
02784 
02787 
02789 
03009 
03049 
03051 
03055 
05393 
05395 
05399 
05405 
05411 
05433 
05435 
05437 
05439 
05453 
05455 
05507 
05513 
05515 
05575 
05579 
06017 
06097 
06099 
06103 
06111 
10791 
10797 
10809 



Berry, Desire 
Burdick, Deborah Hubbard 
? , Rachel 



Howson, Hannah 
Bonum, Rebecca 
Friend, Elizabeth 
Masters, Elizabeth 
Stanton, Hannah 
Jackson, Rebecca 
Short, Rebecca 
Borodell, Ann 
Eddy, Abigail 
Lay, Fhebe 

Chesebrough, Abigail 
Damant?, Abigail 

? , Joanna 
Bunker, Martha 
Busecot, Abigail 
England, Eleanor 
? , Anna 

Hubbard, Ruth 
Hubbard, Rachel 

Rodham, Elizabeth 
Lee, Elizabeth 
Philpott, Margaret 
Short, Rebecca 
Lord, Anna 

? , Frances 
Chandler, Margaret 
Fosten, Mary 
Borodell, Ann 
Fenny, Sarah 
Greensl ade , J oanna 
Ingraham, Abigail 

? , Elizabeth 
Major, Judith 

? , Mary 
?Marchante, Julianne 

Cooper, Tacy 
Cooper, Tacy 

? , Elizabeth 
Hewitt, Elizabeth 
Owen, Anne Constable 

? , Joanna 

? , Dorothy 



Agnes 



TABLE OF COHTEHTS 



10872 Avery, Christopher 
10876 Chesebrough, Villiam 
10904 Starr, Thomas 
12204 Lee Family 

Xaps: 

Sources 4 Fotes: 



10873 

10877 Stevenson, Anna 

10905 ? , Susan 



Ancestor Connectlans: 



p. 1 



Adiers: 
Avery: 

Axtmnnn: 

Baldwin: 
Barnes: 

Becker: 

Benjamn: 



Bennett : 



00296 Mahncke, Hans Silvert 

01358 Denison, Capt. ¥illiaja 

02718 Avery, John 

05436 Avery, Capt. James 

00120 Schatnijller, Antonl 
00240 Aztmann, Josephus 

00044 Smith, Abijah H. 

00174 Crandall, Sylvester 
00350 Barnes, Thoiaas 



00168 Darrow, Capt. George 
00338 Benjaaln, Daniel 
00676 Benjaoin, Joseph 
01352 Benjanin, Joseph 
02704 Benjanin, John 

00172 Stone, Josiah 
00346 Bennett, John 
00692 Bennett, John 
01384 Bennett, Sanuel 
02768 Bennett, Sajmiel 



Berry: 


01384 


Bennett, Samuel 


Bonun: 


01526 
03054 


Eskrl dge , George 
Bonum Sr. , Samuel 


Borodell: 


02702 


Denison, George 


Brown: 


00002 
00004 

00008 

00016 


Brown, Hnrland Detrich 
Brcrwn, Edward Alfred 
Brown, Deidrlch 
Branns, 


Biiiggnann: 


00018 
00038 
00076 


Helm, Johann Carl 
Briiggemann, Johann C. 
Briiggman, 


Bunker: 


02726 
05454 


Starr, Jnhn 
Bunker, George 


Burdick: 


01392 
02786 


Crandall, Elder Joseph 
Burdick, Robert 


Busecott : 


02752 
05506 


Stone, Hugh 
Busecot, Peter 



00297 Adiers, Sophia Dorthea 

01359 Avery, Mary 

02719 Chesebrough, Abigail 

05437 Greenslade, Joanna 

00121 Aztmann, Catherine 
00241 Vagner, Maria Barbara 

00045 Baldwin, Ruth X. 

00175 Barnes, Miercy 
00351 



00072 Helm, Joachim Heinrih Christian 00073 
00146 Becker, Johann Friederich 00147 



Becker, Christina Maria 
Lorenz, Miaria Louisa 



00169 Benjamin, Elizabeth 
00339 Guile. Phoebe 
00677 Cook, Elizabeth 
01352 Clark, Sarah 
02705 Eddy, Abigail 

00173 Bennett, Lois 

00347 ? , Anne 

00693 

01385 Berry, Desire 

02769 ? , Anna 

01385 Berry, Desire 

01527 Bonum, Rebecx^ 
03055 Philpott, Margaret 

02703 Bortidell, Ann 



00003 
00005 
00009 
00017 

00019 
00039 
00077 

02727 
05455 

01393 
02787 

02753 
05507 



Gaffney, Rita B. 
Hansel, Larahama 
Helm, Jane Alice 



Bruggemann, Caroline H. 
Schmidt, Sophia Christina 



Bunker, Miartha 
Major, Judith 

Burdick, Deborah Hubbard 
Hubbard, Ruth 

Busecot, Abigail 
? , Mary 



Ancestor Connections: 



N 



Chesebrough: 


02718 
05438 




10876 


Chandler: 


05404 


Clapsaddle: 


00080 
00162 




00324 




00648 


Clark: 


00190 




00382 



Clarke: 
Conry: 

Cook: 

Cooper: 

Crandall: 



Darrow: 



Denlson: 



Dewalt: 
Duhrkop: 



Avery, John 
Chesebrough, Samuel 
Chesebrough, Villiam 

Denison, Villiaa 

Hansel, PMlip 

Clapsaddle, George Franciscus 

Clappsaddle, Francis 

Klebsattle, 

Seaton, James III 
Clark, John 



01352 Benjamin, Joseph 



00012 
00026 

WvOa 

00676 
01354 

05574 
05578 

00086 
00174 
00348 
00696 
00698 
01392 
02784 

00020 
00042 
00084 
00168 
00336 
00672 
01344 



Gaffney, Xichael F. 
Conry, John 
Connery, Simon 

Benjamin, Joseph 
Cook, Richard 

Hubbard, Sajaiel 
Hubbard, Samuel 

Stone, Andrew 

Crandall, Sylvester 

Cranda 11, J oseph 

Crandall, Joseph 

Crandall, John 

Crandall, Elder Joseph 

Crandall, Elder John 



Hansel, 
Darrow, 
Darrow, 
Harrow, 
Darrow, 
Darrow, 
Darrow, 



Jacob 

George ¥. 

Sussel 

Capt. George 

George 

Christopher 

Sgt . George 



00678 Guile, Benjamin 



01358 Denison, 
02702 Denison, 
02716 Denison, 
05404 Denison, 
05432 Denison, 
10808 Denyson, 



Capt. Villiam 

George 

Capt. John 

William 

George 

John 



00160 Hansel, John Mchael 



00144 Helm, Johann Heinrith 



02719 
05439 
10877 

05405 

00081 
00163 
00325 
00649 

00191 
00383 



Chesebrough, Abigail 
Ingraham, Abigail 
Stevenson, Anna 

Chandler, Margaret 

Clapsaddle, Hannah 

? . Rosina 



Clsirk, lary 
? , Mary 



01352 Clarke, Sarah 

00013 Conry, Ellen G. 
00027 Whalen, JIary 
00053 Lahy, lary 

00677 Cook, Elizabeth 
01355 TLarrabee, Grace 

05575 Cooper, Tacy 
05579 Cooper, Tacy 

00087 Crandall, Aurella 

00175 Barnes, Mercy 

00349 Crandall. Elizabeth 

00697 Langworthy, Ann 

00699 ? , Mary 

01393 Burdlck, Deborah Hubbard 

02784 

00021 Darrow, fancy Esther 
00043 Stone, Ellen Almira 
00085 Eaton, Deliverance 
00169 Benjamin, Elizabeth 
00337 Palmer, Phoebe 
00673 Packer, Elizabeth 
01345 ? , Ihry 

00679 Denison, Phebe 

01359 Avery, Mary 

02703 Borodell, Ann 

02717 Lay, Phebe 

05405 Chandler, Margaret 

05433 Borodell, Ann 

10809 ? , Agnes 

00161 Dewalt, Anna Catherine 

00145 Duhrkop, Catari Elizabeth 



Ancestor Connect ions: 



Eaton: 



Eckhart: 



Eddy: 

England: 
Eskrldge: 

Fenny: 
Fisk: 

Fasten: 
Foster: 
Friend: 

I 

Gaffney: 



Gardiner: 
Gay: 

Gilow: 
Glaser: 
Grazin: 
Greenslade: 
I Gowney: 



00084 Darrow, Sussel 
00170 Eaton, Elijah 
00340 Eaton, Uathanlel 
00680 Eaton, Thoiaas 
01360 Eaton, John 
02720 Eaton, John 

00040 Hansel Sr. , John 
00082 Eckhart, John 
00164 Eckhart, George Adam 
00328 Eckhart, George Adam 

02704 Benjamin, John 
05410 Eddy, ¥illiam 

02756 Vest cot t, Jeremiah 

00762 Kenner, Howson 
01526 Eskridge, George 

05434 Lay, Hobert 

00344 Stone Sr. , Joslah 
00690 Fisk, Joseph 
01380 Fisk, Sanuel 

05410 Eddy, ?illiam 

01376 Stone, John 

02692 Packer, John 

00002 Brown, Harland Dietrich 
00006 Gaffney, Francis Klchael 
00012 Gaffney, Michael F. 
00024 Gaffney, Terrence 
00048 Gaffney, Edward 

01378 ¥estcatt, Benjamin 

00680 Eaton, Thomas 
01362 Gay, lathaniel 
02724 Gay, J aim 

00074 Mahnke, Bemhard F. 

00246 Obreiter, Josepho 

00240 Schottmiiller, Christian 

05436 Avery, Capt. James 

00048 Gaffney, Terrence 



00085 Eaton, Deliverance 
00171 Mott, Deliverance 
00341 Perry, Esther 
00681 Gay, Lydia Starr 
01361 ? , Alice 
02721 Damant?, Abigail 

00041 Eckhart, Mary X. 
00083 ? , lary Ann 
00165 Vittneyer, Maria 
00329 

02705 Eddy, Abigail 
05411 Fosten, Mary 

02757 England, Eleanor 

00763 Eskridge, Margaret 
01527 Bonum, Rebecca 

05435 Fenny, Sarah 

00345 Fisk, Lois 
00691 ? , Free love 
01381 

05411 Fasten, Mary 

01377 Faster, Abigail 

02693 Friend, Elizabeth 

00003 Gaffney, Rita I. 

00007 Heffemen, Mary Genevieve 

00013 Conry, Ellen G. 

00025 Mahon, Ann 

00049 Gowney, Mary 

01379 Gardiner, Bethia 

00681 Gay, Lydia Starr 
01363 Starr, Lydia 
02725 ? , Joanna 

00075 Gilow, Maria Dortig 

00247 Glaser, Solomea 

00241 Grazin, Maria Christina 

05437 Greenslade, Joanna 

00049 Gowney, Mary 



Ancestor Counections: 



Guile: 00338 Benjanin, Daniel 
««678 Guile, Benjamin 

Hannan: 00030 Shottniller, Frank 
00062 Hannan, Michael 

Hansel: 00004 Brown, Edward Alfred 
00010 Hansel, Marlon Edward 
00020 Hansel, Jacob 
00040 Hansel Sr. , John 
00080 Hansel, Philip 
00160 Hansel, John Michael 
00320 Hentzel, Johann Lorentz 
00640 Hentzel Fanily 

Heffemen: 00006 Gaffney, Francis Michael 
00014 Heffemen, Thomas Edward 
00028 Heffemen, Soger 
00056 Heffernaji, ?John 

Helm: 000«8 Brown, Deidrich 
00009 Helm, Jane Alice 
00018 Helm, Johann Carl 
00036 Helm, Joachim 

00072 Helm, Joachim Heinrih Christian 
00144 Helm, Johann Heinrith 

Hewitt: 06098 Sodham, Mathew 

Howson: 01524 Kenner, Francis 

03050 Howson, Capt. Leonard 

Hubbard: 02786 Burdlck, Robert 

02788 LangwDTthy, Andrew 
05574 Hubbard, Samiel 
05578 Hubbard, Samuel 

Hunt: 00046 Wilkinson, Thonas 

00047 Hunt, Sarah Matilda 

00094 Hunt, Jonas 

00188 Hunt, Joshua 

Ingoldsby: 00682 Perry, John 

Ingraham: 05438 Chesebrough, Saauel 

Jackson: 02698 Prentice, ThoiMS 
05398 Jackson, Edward 
10796 Jackson, Christopher 



00339 Guile, Phoebe j 

00679 Denison, Phebe ! 

00031 Hannan, Catherine 
00063 Vallace, Catherine 

00005 Hansel, Larahaaa 

00011 Smith, Carrie Abigail 

00021 Darrow, Vancy Esther 

00041 Bckhart, Mary M. 

00081 Clapsaddle, Hannah 

00161 Dewalt, Anna Catherine 

00321 ? , Catherine Elizabeth 
00641 

00007 Heffemen, Mary Genevieve 
00015 Shottmiller, Catherine 
00029 Lynch, Johanna 
00057 

00009 Helm, Jane Alice 

00000 Behncke, August 

00019 Bruggemann, Caroline H. 

00037 Mahncke, Maria Dorthea 

00073 Becker, Christina Maria 

00145 Duhrkop, Catari Elizabeth 

06099 Hewitt, Elizabeth 

01525 Howson, HnTinnh 
03051 Lee, Elizabeth 

02787 Hubbard, Suth 
02789 Hubbard, Kachel 
05575 Cooper, Tacy 
05579 Cooper, Tacy 

00047 Hunt, Matilde Sarah 
00000 Baker, Henry 
00095 Seat on, Jane 
00189 ? , Sarah 

00683 Ingoldsby, Sarah 

05439 Ingraham, Abigail 

02699 Jackson, Rebecca 
05399 ? , Frances 
10797 



Ancestor Connections: 



Kenner: 


00380 
00762 
01524 
03048 
06096 


Seaton, Jajses II 
Eenner , Howson 
Kenner, Francis 
Kenner, Richard 
Kenner, Richard 


Kunz: 


00060 
00122 
00244 


Schottniiller, Joseph 
Kunz, Benedikt 
Kunz, Josepho 


Lahy: 


00052 


Connery, Sinon 


LangYiorthy: 


00696 
01394 
02788 


Crandfll 1 , Joseph 
Lang>iorthy, Samuel 
Langvrorthy, Andrew 


Lay: 


02716 
05434 


Denison, Capt. John 
Lay, Robert 


Lathan: 


01346 
02694 


Packer, John 
Lathan, Gary 


Lee: 


03050 
06102 
12204 


Howson, Capt. Leonard 
Lee, Col. Richard 
Lee Family 


Lord: 


05394 
10790 


Stanton, Thomas 
Lord, Thomas 


Lorenz: 


00146 


Becker, Johann Friede 


Lynch: 


00028 
00058 


Heffemen, Roger 
Lynch, John 


Mahon: 


- 00024 


Gaf f ney Sr. , Terrenes 


Xahncke : 


00036 
00074 
00148 


Helm, Joachim 
WnhnkR, Remhard F. 
Mahnke, Joachim F. 


Major: 


05454 


Bunker, George 


Masters: 


02694 


Lathan, Cary 


May in: 


00244 


Kunz, Josepho 


Mott: 


00170 
00342 


Eaton, Elijedi 
Mott, 


Obreiter: 


00122 
00246 


Kunz, Benedikt 
Obreiter, Josepho 



00381 Kenner, Elizabeth 
00763 Eskridge, Margaret 
01525 Howson, Hannah 
03049 Rodham, Elizabeth 
06097 ? , Elizabeth 

00061 Kunz, Maria Anna 
00123 Obreiter, Maria Anna 
00245 May(in), Francisca 

00053 Lahy, Mary 

00697 Langworthy, Ann 
01395 ? , Rachel 
02789 Hubbard, Rachel 

02717 Lay, Phebe 
05435 Fenny, Sarah 

01347 Latham, Lydla 
02695 Masters, Elizabeth 

03051 Lee, Elizabeth 
06103 Owen, Anne Constable 



05395 Lord, Anna 
10791 ? , Dorothy 

00147 Lorenz, Maria Louisa 

00029 Lynch, Johanna 
00059 Curt in, Miargaret C. 

00025 Mahon, Ann 

00037 Mahncke, Miaria Dorthea 
00075 Gilow, laria Dortig 
00149 Vulff, Anna Dorthea 

05455 Major, Judith 

02695 Masters, Elizabeth 

00245 Miay(in), Francisca 

00171 Mott, Deliverance 
00343 

00123 Obreiter, Maria Anna 
00247 Glaser, Solcnnea 



Owen: 



06102 Lee, Col. Richard 



06103 Owen, Anne Constable 



Ancestor Connections: 



p. « 



Packer: 



Palaer: 



Perry: 


00340 
00682 


Phil pott: 


03054 
06110 


Prentice: 


01348 
02698 


Rodhaa: 


03048 
06098 


Schnidt: 


00038 



Seat on: 



03048 Kenner, RicMrd 

01346 Packer, John 

02692 Packer, John 

00336 Darrow, George 

00674 Palner Jr. , Joseph 

01348 Palmer, Joseph 

01350 Palmer, Deacon Gershon 

02696 Palner, Seheadah 

02700 Palner, Valter 

05392 Palmer, Valter 



Eaton, Sathaniel 
Perry, John 

Bonum Sr. , Saauel 
Philpott, Robert 

Palmer, Joseph 
Prentice, Thomas 

Kenner, Richard 
Rodham, Mathew 



00038 Bruggemann, Johann C. 
00078 Schmidt, Johann 

00094 Hunt, Jonas 
00190 Seaton, James III 
0«380 Seaton, James II 
00760 Seaton, James 



03049 Rodham, Elizabeth 
01347 Latham, Lydia 
02693 Friend, Elizabeth 

0(9337 Palmer, Phoebe 
00675 Palmer, Mary 
01349 Prentice, Frances 
01351 Denison, Ann 
02697 Stanton, Ha nnah 
02701 Short, Rebecca 
05393 Short, Rebecca 

00341 Perry, Esther 
90683 Ingoldsby, Sarah 

03055 Philpott, Margaret 
06111 ? . Joamia 

01349 Prentice, Frances 
02699 Jackson, Rebecca 

03049 Rodham, Elizabeth 
06«99 Hewitt, Elizabeth 

00039 Schmidt, Sophia Christina 
09079 

00095 Seaton, Jane 
00191 Clark. Mary 
00381 Eenner, Elizabeth 
00761 ? , Frances 



Short: 02700 Palmer, Walter 

Shottmiller: 00014 Heffemen, Thomas Edward 

00030 Shottmiller, Frank 

00060 Schottmiiller, Joseph 

00120 Schottmiiller, Antoni 

00240 Schottmiiller, Christian 

00480 Schottmiiller Family 

Sndth: 00010 Hansel, Marion Edward 

00022 Smith, Vinfrey McHenry 

00044 Smith, Abijah H. 

Stanton: 02696 Palmer, lehemiah 

05394 Stanton, Thomas 

Starr: 01362 Gay, lathaniel 

02726 Starr, John 

05452 Starr, Dr. Comfort 

10904 Starr, Thomas 



02701 Short, Rebecca 

00015 Shotmlller, Catherine 
00031 Hannan, Catherine 
00061 Kunz, Maria Anna 
00121 Axtmann, Catherine 
00241 Grazin, Maria Christina 



00011 Smith, Carrie Abigail 
00023 Wilkinson, Sarah 
00045 Baldwin, Ruth X. 

02697 Stanton, Hannah 
05395 Lord, Anna 

01363 Starr, Lydia 
02727 Bunker, Martha 
05453 ? , Elizabeth 
10905 ? , Susan 



Stevenson: 



10876 Chesebrough, William 



10877 Stevenson, Anna 



Ancestor Connections: 



p. 7 



Stone: 



Vagner : 
Vestcott: 



00042 Darrow, George V. 
00086 Stone, Andrew 
00172 Stone, Joslah 
00344 Stone Sr. , Joslah 
00688 Stone , Jonathan 
01376 Stone, John 
02752 Stone, Hugh 

00242 Schottimiller, Christian 

00688 Stone , Jonathan 
01378 Vestcott, Benjamin 
02756 Vestcott, Jeremiah 
05512 Vestcott, Stukely 



00043 Stone, Ellen Almlra 
00087 Crandall, Aurelia 
00173 Bennett, Lois 
00345 Fisk, Lois 
00689 Vestcott, Hannah 
01377 Foster, Abigail 
02753 Busecot, Abigail 

00243 Vagner, Jlaria Barbara 

00689 Vestcott, Hannah 
01379 Gardiner, Bethia 
02757 England, Eleanor 
05513 ?llarchante, Julianne 



Vilkinson: 00022 Smith, Vinfrey McHenry 
00046 Vilkinson, Thomas 
00092 Vilkinson, Villiam 
00184 Vilkinson, John 



00023 Vilkinson. Sarah 
00047 Hunt, Matilde Sarah 
00093 
00185 



Vittmeyer: 00164 Eckhart, George Adam 

Vulff : 00148 Mahnke, Joachim F. 
00298 Vulffen, Friederich 



00165 Vittmeyer, larla 

00149 Vulff, Anna Dorthea 
00299 



mJHBAITD'S FULL MME: Brawn, Edward Alfred 



#004-A 



HTRTH 



DHATH : 



24JU¥1892 ELA^ 



05AUG1914 £LA££. 



24SEP1970 ELACE. 



miBTAL : 



ELA££. 



Coffins Grove Twp. (Masonville) , Delaware County, Iowa 
Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 
Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 
Oakland Cemetery, Manchester, Iowa 



OTHER RESIDENCES : Vadena, Oelwein, 3i Masonville, Iowa 



OCCUPATIONS ; Painter/carpenter 

MILITARY EECQEi: 

HIS FATHER: Brown. Dei drich 



#008 



RELIGIQI : b. Lutheran/1925: none 



MOTHER: Helm. Jane f009 



yiFE'S FULL NAME : Hansel, Laurahama 



#005 



aiEIH: 10FEB1893 ELAC£ 
DEATH : 14MAY1978 PLACE 

WRIAL. ELACE 

OTHER RESIDENCES : Oneida, Del. Co., la. 

OCCUPATIONS : Housekeeper 

HER FATHER: Hansel. Marion »Q1Q 



Elkport, Clayton County, Iowa 
Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 
Oakland Cemetery, Manchester, Iowa 



RELIGION : b. Methodist /I 925: None 
MOTHER: Smith. Carrie A. #011 



CHILDREN/ -tSPQUSE 



DATE: 



PLACE: 



iidUIl^ 



DBeam, Villiam 
■2)Felderman, Clarence 



BIRTH 
MARSD 
LIVNG 
BURIAL 



21APS1915 Iowa 

1986 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 



Raymond 



Bigelow, Sosilyn 



BIRTH 

MARRD 

LIV5G 

.EIIELiL 



02FEB1916 Iowa 

1986 Lamont, Buchanan County, Iowa 



Harland Petri ch #002 
Gaffney.Hita B. #003 



BIRTH 
MARRD 
LIVNG 
BURIAL 



09DEC1917 Oelwein, Fayette County, Iowa 
24SEP1947 St. Patrick's, Monti, Buchanan County, Iowa 
1986 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 



Viola 



Irons, Harold 



BIRTH 
MASSD 
LIVNG 

_fiIIEIAL 



02FEB1921 Iowa 

1986 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 



Maxine 



Vessels, Lester (Boats) 



BIRTH 
MARRD 
LIVNG 
BURIAL 



11FEB1923 Iowa 

1986 Lamont, Buchanan County, Iowa 



Lloyd 



Blakesley, Marilyn 



BIRTH 
MARRD 
LIVNG 



25JUN1925 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 
1986 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 



Melvin 



Adduchihio, Mary 



BIRTH 
MARRD 
LIVNG 

BURIAL 



30)CT1926 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 
1986 Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio 



Duane M. 



Corry, Sandra 



BIRTH 
MARRD 
LIVNG 
BURIAL 



05NOV1929 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 

1986 Pompano Beach, Broward County, Florida 



Richard LaVerne 



t Miller, Helen M. 



BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 

BURIAL 



24JUL1933 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 
11JUL1955 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 
16APR1985 Iowa City, Johnson County, Iowa 

Oakland Cemetery. Manches ter, Iowa 



■0 James 



t Benischek,Claudette 



BIRTH 
MARRD 
LIVNG 
MRlALl 



05MAY1936 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 
1986 Marion, Linn County, Iowa 



Brown, Edward Alfred 



(Continued) #004-B 



. CHILDREl : 

Laura #004-1-1-Robert E. 
Beam 2-Harlan<Bud?) . . 

3-Larry. . 
Raynond #004-2- 1-Dianne. . 
2-Ronald. . 
3-Sliirley. . 

4- Jacqueline. . ■ 

5-Randall.. | 

6-Theodore. . 
7-Bruce. . 
8- Audrey. . 
Harland #006-3-l-H. Andrew Brown b.9APR1948 Manchester lA Ivg Los Angeles CA. . 
2-Lorna Mae b.240CT1949 Manchester lA m Michael Koenlnger. . 
-l-Christopher Michael b. 26MAE1972TX Ivg Troy, Lincoln Co., Missouri 
-2-Brendt Joseph b. 6CX;T1974TX Ivg Troy MO.. 
3-Marsha Irene b.27FEB1951 Manchester lA m Lee Peterson.. 
-1-Katina b.30APR1974 Ivg Roneovllle, Vill Co., Illinois.. 
-2-Tonya b. 12AUG1976 Ivg Roneoville. . 
-3-Heather b.20SEP1977 Ivg Roneoville.. 
Lee's daughter by prior marriage: Christa b.9APR1969.. 
4-Georgia Kay b. 11APR1952 Manchester lA m Steve Dougherty (Divorced) 

-1-Corlna Corina b. 30SEP1977CO Ivg Colorado Springs, El Paso Co., Co. 
5-Iina Louise b.9JUL1953 Manchester lA m Eugene Hoppe. . 
-1-Brian Heal b. 11AUG1975IA Ivg Cedar Rapids, Linn Co., Iowa.. 
-2-Colleen Lynn b. 29MAR1979IA Ivg Cedar Rapids.. 
-3-Travis Allen b.22DEC1981IA Ivg Cedar Rapids.. 
-4-Jessica Rae b. 260CT1987IA Ivg Cedar Rapids.. 
6-Terrance Edward b.23APR1957 Independence lA-US FAVY Port Huenueme CA 
7-Brenda Jean b.450V1959 Independence I A m David A Trostel (1955- ) . . 
-l-Any Lynn b.7JUH982IA Ivg Kirkwood Estates, Linn Co., Iowa.. 
-2-Ainber Marie b. 20JU]iri984IA Ivg Kirkwood Estates.. 
8-Cynthia Marie b/d 1FEB1961 buried St. Patrick's Cem. , Monti lA. . 
9-Cecil Thomas b.2JUL1963 Independence lA Ivg Iowa City lA. . 
Viola #004-4-l-Charles. . 
Irons 2-Phyllis. . 

3 -Barbara. . 
4-Ricky. . 
Maxine #004-5-l-Patricia. . 
Vessels 2-Linda living Minnesota 1986. . 
3- Jerry. . 
4-Kelly. . 
5-Jeffrey. . 
Lloyd #004-6- l-Sandra. . 
2-David. . 
3-Gary. . 
4-Kevin. . 
Melvln #004-7-l-Michael. . 
2-Pamela. . 
3-Anthony. . 
Richard #004-9-l-Richard Dean living Colorado Springs 1986. . 

2-Carrine (Carina) m Don Gonzales.. 
Janes #004-10-l-Monte Lee.. 
2-Brad. . 



Brown. Edward Alfred 



(Continued) 



*00i-C 



. . (004) Edward was living at 501 Kane Street at the time of death. In the 1925 Census, 
he indicated that he had had five years of elementary education. He also indicated that 
he was paying SlO/month for rent on a house in Manchester. His neighbors in 1925 were 
Herman (33) & Alice Arnold (36) as well as George Chandler (58) , Eldora Bailey (66), & John 
Bartsche(84) . 

In his youth, he played the violin. 
. . (005) Laurahanwh indicated in the 1925 Census that she had had five years of elementary 
education. 

. . (008-9) Richard had been Street Superintendent for the City of Manchester, Iowa for 
which he had been a 25 year employee. He had served in the Marine Corps 4 was a member of 
the United Methodist Church 8t V.F.V. He died at University Hospitals after nine weeks of 
treatment for lukemia. 



SOURCES % MISC INFQ f (RVSO 040CT1986), Linda Vessels, lA Census's i vital fecords, 






y:^/MM£SoT« 



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HUSBAITO'S FULL NAKE: Gaffney, Francis (Frank)- Michael 
10APR1898 ELACE 



#««6-A 



03IOV1927 ELA££. 



BIRTH: 

DEAIii: 21MAn972 ELAC£ 
ailEIAL: ELAC£ 



Adams Township (Robinson) , Delaware County, Iowa 
St. Patrick's, Monti, Buchanan County, Iowa 
Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 
St. Patrick's Cemetery, Monti, Iowa 

QIHEE. RESIDENCES : Vinthrop, Buchanan Co. , I A 

nCCgPATIOHS: Farmer RELTOTnTT : Roman Catholic 

Education : Seventh Grade Graduate per 1925 Census 

HIS FATHER; Gaffney. Kicbael F, #012 wdther: Cnnrj. Eiipn a. 



#013 



VTFE'S FULL lAME : Heffernen. Mary Genevieve 



#007 



aiEIE: 
DEATH : 



19JA]I1902 ELACE 



07SEP1983 ELAC£: 
BUfilAL: 10SEP1983 ELAffi 

OTHER RESIDENCES : Vinthrop, Buchanan Co. , 
OCCUPATIONS : Housekeeper, Nurse's Aid 



Prarie Twp. (Silver Creek), Delaware County, Iowa 
Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 
St. Patrick's Cemetery, Monti, Iowa 
lA 

RELIGION : Roman Catholic 



HER FATHER: Heffern en. Thomas 



#014 



MOTHER: ShnttTiii H gr. Kati e 



#015 



CHILDREN/ *SPQUSE 



DATE: 



PLACE: 



1 Rita Eileen 

* Brown, Harland D. 

♦ 



#003 



#002 



aiEia : 

1IA£E]1 : 
LITSQ : 
BURIAL; 



26AUG1928 Robinson (Adams Twp.), Delaware County, Iowa 
24SEP1947 St. Patrick's, Monti, Buchanan County, Iowa 
1986 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 



2 Charles Francis 

♦ Pierce, Janet 

* b.22AUG1930 

» 



BIRTH : 
WARRD : 

LLZSG. : 
BURIAL; 



08SEP1929 Buchanan County, Iowa 

06FEB1951 St. Mary's, Manchester, Delaware Co., Iowa 
1986 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 



3 Catherine Mary Ellen 

* Ralston, Lloyd Alvin 

* 1926 lA- 



aiSIH. : 
MARRD : 

usm. ■■ 

.BnSlALi 



16DEC1930 

07XT1950 

1986 



Rural Masonville, Buchanan County, Iowa 
(^dar Rapids, Linn County, Iowa 



4 Vincent J. 


BIRTH : 01SEP1932 


*l)Koch,Mary Ann div. 


MEE]i:l)15N0V1954 


♦2)MQyle, Leila div. 


MEBIi:2)04DEC1981 


♦3)Caviness, Jodie 


lIAEEIi:3)llMAT1985 


» 


inm : 1986 


* 


BURIAL: 



Buchanan County, Iowa 

St. Mary's, Lamont, Buchanan County, Iowa 

Galena, Jo Davies County, Illinois 

St. Patrick's, Fairfax, Linn County, Iowa 

Cedar Rapids, Linn County, Iowa 



.. (006) Frank Gaffney's will: 

'I, Frank H, Saffney, of Adaiis To»nship, Oelawre County, Io»a, Being of sound lind and leiory, take, publish and declare 
this to be ly last «ill and testaaent, and I hereby revoked all forier vills lade by le. 

ITEH I, I direct that all «y just debts and the expenses of ly last illness and burial be first paid froi ly estate, 

ITEH II, I give, devise and bequeath all ly property and estate, real and personal, to ly »ife Hary Saffney absolutely and 
unconditionally, if she survives Be, but if sy said »ife does not survive le it is ly will that this provision of »y »ill shall 
lapse and be of no effect and all ly estate shall pass under the provisions of the next following Itei of this vill. 

It is ay intention to leave no property to any child if ly wife Hary Saffney survives se, not because of lack of affection 
for ly children but because I i»ish ly said »ife to have all ly property to sue as she lay need or desire, having confidence she 
vill treat our children fairly according to her leans, 

ITEH III, In the event ay *ife Hary Saffney does not survive le, then, in that event, I give, devise and bequeath all ly 
property and estate, real and personal, to ay four children Rita 8ro»n, Charles Saffney, Catharine Ralston, and Vincent 
Saffney, share and share alike, If I hold any notes of evidence of indebtedness of any of ty children at ly death they are to 
be treated as assets of ly estate and not as gifts or advances, 

ITEH IV, I noiinate and appoint ly »ife Hary executrix of ly »ill and ly estate and I direct that she be not required to give 
any bond as such, I authorize said executrix to use, sell and exchange and or all of ty property, real and personal, and the 
proceeds therefro», at such tines, in such Banner and for such prices as she lay wish and to take transfer and conveyance 
thereof, and all without appraiseaent or authority or approval of Court, this will being her authority to so do. 

In Witness Whereof, I have hereunder signed this »y last will and testaient at Manchester, Iowa, this 23rd day of October, 
1958,* 

yitnesses; Hona flcDonald k S, yaterian Signed: 'Frani H. Saffney' 



Gaf f ney, Francis Kicheal (Continued) #«06-B 



■■CHILDREI QF: 

Rita See #004-3 

Charles #006-2- 1-Kathleen Susan b.9MAE1952IA m lJinil973IA Richard Lee Ctnirad(1950-) . . 
1-Scott David b. 13FEB1977IA. . 2-Sara Lynn b. 30OCT1979IA (Marion lA) . . 
2-Jaines Kichael b. 125071953 1 A ml 1977IA Jeanette McFee(1956-) (div. ) . . 
1-Erin Leanne b. 13FEB1981. . 2-Megan Michelle b.2FEB1984.. 
ne 15AUG1986AZ Maria Guadalupe Rico Bradshaw(Lupe) Ivg Linden UJ. . 
3-Mary Elizabeth b. 20APR1956IA m 2AUG1980IA m Kevin Arlo Kllroy; D.C. 
1-Elizabeth Ann(Bethany) b. 10MAY1986DC. . 
Kate #006-3- 1-Randall Raymond b. 045071953 lA m 160CT1976IA Julie Ann Vescott (1953-) 

Ralston 1-Casey James b. 4FEB1978IA. . 2-Kevin Raymond b. 7MAY1980IA. . 
7incent #006-4- 1-Thomas Patrick b. 10OCT1955IA m 29JUL1978IA Sandra Bradley (div.).. 
-1-Holly Ann b. 10OCT1979IA. . 
ffl2 1987 Catherine Jean Sweeney. . 
{ 2-Debra Frances b. 10APR1957IA. . 
All from { 3-Julie Ann b. 31JIIL1958IA m 10OCT1979IA George L. lachacek. . 
first -1-Ficholas Robert b. 6ir071983IA. . 2-Kristin Marie b. 190CT1985IA. . 
Marriage { 4-Michael 7incent b. 25071959IA. . 
< 5-Jeffrey Jon b. 14APR1961IA. . 
{ 6-Patrick Jude b. 18DEC1962IA. . 

.. Estate nf FfbtiIc Gaf f npy (TTiventory filed 14DEC1972 in Delaware County, lA) 
Executor: Charles Gaffney 

-$14,250 note bearing 5X from 7incent & Mary Ann Gaffney 

dated 29SEP1966 with unpaid balance: 
-Certificates of Deposit (Peoples State Bank, Vinthrop, lA) 
-Checking account 
-Series H, U.S. Goveminent Bonds 
Total Estimated Gross 7alue: 

Less: Mary Gaffney' s separate inheritance 

Funeral Expenses & Debts of Frank Gaffney 
let Taxable Estate $ 

..220CT1973, Mary Gaffney, as sole heir, acknowledged receipt of cash 4 property from the 

estate, 4 that same month, the court ordered the estate closed & Charles Gaffney 

discharged. 

..Mary Heffemen Gaffney had inherited $1,000 from her father & $120 from cousin. Kit 

Hannan. 

. . (TO?) lary Gaffney was known as a hard worker 4 excellent cook. While farming in the 

1960's, she 4 husband, Frank, wintered in Mesa, Arizona. 

. . {•«6-2) Charles is the Store Manager for Farm Fleet Stores in Manchester, Iowa. Wife, 

Janet, is a retired secretary. 

. . (e»6-3) Catherine is a super market checker & housewife. Her birth certificate reads: 

'Kathryn Ellen Mary Gaffney'. Husband, Lloyd, is a former millrite now retired from 

Quaker Oats. He was born in Center Point, Iowa. Daughter-in-law, Jullie, is the 

daughter of Donald Wescott 4 Cuela Henry. 

.. (ee6-4) Vincent is a Real Estate Salesman. First wife, Mary(d/o Louis Bernard 

KochC 1908-1971] 4 Bernadette Marie MagsamenC 1909-1982] ) , was born at Petersburg, Nebraska 

4 in 1986 was an office worker at the Extension Office. Second wife, Leila (d/o Leslie 

Moyle 4 Marie Smith) was married previously to ? Curran. Third wife, Peggy 

Joanne's (Jodie), is the daughter of Forest Wilson Caviness 4 Florence Elizabeth Briggs. 

Jodie was married previ ously tn Ray Waychoff. 



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SDURCgS i msc mn- (RVSD )4fllJ61987), RiU Brotrn, Kate Ralston, Io»a Probate Records 



HUf^BATO'S FULL ^AME: Brnwn (nranns/Rr?.Mn-) , Deidrlch (Dietrick) 



BIRTH 



MSBH 
DEAIE 



28MAR1852 PLACE 



#««8-A 



FEB1875?ELA££ 



19JAI1930 ELA££ 



QIiiE£ RESTDEgCHS : Illinois, Volga Twp 
OCCUPATTn-ffS: Farmer 

HILITARY BE£Qm: 

OTHER SPOUSES: 

HIS FATHER: Unknown 



Hannover?, Prussia 
Littleport, Clayton County, Iowa 
Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 
Oakland Cemetery, Manchester, Iowa 

Clayton Co. lA, Masonville, Delaware Co. lA 
RELTCTnTT: Lutheran 



MOTHER: 



VTFE'S Fin.L TTA?(fE: Helm, Jane (Jennie/ Johanna) Alice 



#009 



BAPTZ 



22AUG1851 ELACE 



31AUG1851 ELACE 



DEATH , 
EIIRIAL: 



21JA1I1925 ELACE 



ELACE 



Siilten, Mecklenburg, Germany 

Siilten; as Christiane Johanne(Jane) Darothee Caroline 

Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 

Oakland Cemetery, Manchester, Iowa 
OTHER RESIDENCES: Volga Twp. in Clayton Co., Masonville & Bailey's Ford in Delaware Co. 
OCCUEATIQIfS: Housekeeper RELIGTOIT : Lutheran 

OTHER SPOUSES: 2) Behncke, August (see group sheet #009) 
HER FATHER; Hs la . JahaTin #018 mother: BHiggPra ann.Carnl InP 



CHILDREN/ ESPOUSE 



jfai2_ 



DATE; 



PLACE; 



1 Fred (Fritz) 

* Leonhart, Agnes 

» 1878IA-1965KS 



aiEia 

MARRD 

DEAia 

_aiI£IAL 



2 George A. 
» Williams?, 
» 

» 



BIRTH 
HAEBU 
DEAIIi 
BURIAL 



07AUG1876 Clayton County, Iowa 
085071899 Arlington, Fayette County, Iowa 
08FEB1949 Beloit, Mitchell County, Kansas 
ElmwQod Cemetery. Belolt. Kansas 



03OCT1878 Volga Twp. , Clayton County, Iowa 

1903?Mantana 
31DEC1908 Seattle, King County, Washington 
Hoquiz. Washington 



3 Caroline 
* 

* 



aiEiE 

DEATH. 
BURIAL 



29APR1881 Cox Creek Twp. , Clayton County, Iowa 

Jane's 6th child on birth record- 
go further record-died young? 



4 Louise AdPlinP BIRTH 

♦ Graham, John Wilbur MARRD 

♦ 1876IA-1960IA DEATH. 
* EHEIAL 



11JIJL1882 Cox Creek Twp., Clayton County, Iowa 

28OCT1903 Thorpe?, Iowa 

12JUL1977 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 



5 Lewis A. 
* Unknown 



aiEiH. 

HAEED. 
DEAia 
BVRIAL 



08AUG1885 Clayton County, Iowa 

Widower on d/certif icate 
30AUG1977 Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California 
095071977 InglewQod Park Cemetery. Inglewnnd. CaUfnrnia 



6 Mathlld;=» Aline SIEIH. 

* Moshier, Charles MAEED. 

* Francis DEATH 

* 1883KS-19^9WTT EIIEIAL 



21AUG1387?Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 
18OCT1909 Masonville, Delaware County, Iowa 
04SEP1975 Monticello, Wright County, Minnesota 

06SEP1975 Riverside Ceroetery. Montieello. Wlnnefinta 



7 Albert James 
* Moran, Anna 
» 1889WI-1975IA 

♦ 



BIRTH 

MEEa 
DEATH 

.^HEIAL 



08JA51890 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 

20JU51910 Masonville, Delaware County, Iowa 

07MAY1972 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 

10MAY1972 St. Mary's CemPtery. Manche ster. Iowa 



8 Edward A lfred #<»(»4 BIRTH 

* Hansel, Larahamah #«05 MARRD 

* DEATH 
♦- EIIEIAL 



24JUU1893 Masonville, Delaware County, Iowa 

05AUG1914 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 

24SEP1970 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 

Oakland Cemetery. Manches ter. Iowa 



.. (008) Deidrich worked in Illinois brief 
..Brown is spelled ' Branns' in 1880 Census 
lists parents as Deidrich & Jane 'Branns'. 
1880 Census may have been related. He also 



time before removing to Iowa around 1875. 
Caroline's APR1881 Clayton Co. birth record 
A William Branns was living nearby Deidrich in 
used 'Brown' later. 



. Brnvm. D pidrlch. . ■ 



cr.nTit.inuer l) #0(98-6 



. . r.HTT.DBKg OF: 

Fred #008-1- (Evidently adopted James A. Ward nephew of Agnes ).. 
George #008-2-l-Mildred? b. cl904MT. . 
Louise #008-4-l-Roy Caswell b.4FEB1905 d. 2JUN1986IA. . 
Graham #008-4-2-«atilda Mae b.21JAIfl908 m Avery Martin Prather. . . 
-1-Harold Martin Prather of Washington State. . 
3-Wayne Edwin b.5Jinil912 d. 19MAR1961 m Betty Falk. . 

-l-Janes Howard. . 
4-Howard Dale b.21AUG1914 d. 5JUiri934. . 
5-Fern Irene b. 12JAiri920 m Lee Gilbert & Ernest Craig. . 
-1-Ronald E. Gilbert. . -2-Phyl lis Marie m E. Gordon & R. Olszewki. . 
-3-Harry Wm. Gilbert. . -4-Sharon Kay Gilbert m Paul Uhall. . 
-5-Roger L. Gilbert. . -6-Painela J. Craig m Ronald Stehler. . 
6-Marian Louise b.30JUTJ1924 m Elmer R. Kikkelson: Rockford IL 

Math! lda#008-6-l-Al ice L. b. 20OCT1910SD m Bednars. . 

Xosher 2-Harry C. b. 1450719 USD d. 198?MIf m Elda (6 kids).. 

3-Hazel Mae b. 30APR1913SD m Harold E. Viaperis. . 
4-Glen b. 19?? d. 10MAR1983Mir (10 kids).. 
5-Kenneth J. b. 19KAR1921M]ir. . 
•6-Floyd b. llJimi923M]!f. . 

7-Irene J. b.5JU]iri926M]I m Meredith Olson; Big Lake MIT. . 
Albert #«08-7-l-Francls b.25JAI1911 d.5JUL1970.. 

;!-GpnevlevP b.6TO71914 m Law rence Lally of Dvsart. lA. ■ 

. .23AUG1890, Deidrich renounced loyalty to Emperor of Germany in District Court, 
Manchester, Iowa. Deidrich took oath of allegiance to United States and became a 
naturalized citizen, 17(XT1892 (required for land purchase). 

..He gave 1872 as date of arrival In USA In 1900 Census, but gave AUG1874 in 1890 
citizenship papers which is probably more accurate because of the legal nature of the 
papers. Laura Feldernan (008-8-1) remembers that he may have gone to England before 
working his way to America. She remembers that he was opposed to German/ Prussian 
militarism. Genevieve Lally (008-7-2) remembers that he talked of Holland very much 
indicating that he may have stayed there for a awhile or at least passed thru on his way 
to England & America with a friend. She also remembers that he had arguments with 
(jenan/ American neighbors on (jerman militarism. His opposition to German/Prussian 
militarism may have coincided with the Prussian conquest of Hannover in 1866/67 & the 
Franco-Prussian War of 1871. Of prime military age for the latter, one wonders if he saw 
service or fled to Holland & England. 

..Laura remembers that in the 1920s , Deidrich had been Injured when hit by a mail wagon 
stepping off a curb in Manchester. Genevieve remembers that after the death of wife, 
Jane, Deidrich often visited son, Albert, to play cards. She also remembers him as a 
very neat man both in person & possessions. Census records indicate that he had a six 
grade education in Germany. He died of appolexy (paralysis) & his body was found on the 
floor of his house. 

..8II0V1928, Deidrich' s will favored Mary Webster (step-daughter) & Mathilda Mosher with a 
bequest of $250 each to have priority over other children. In addition, Mathilda & Mary 
were to share in the equal division of the rest of estate wilth other children: Albert, 
Ed, Fred, Louise, & Minnie. 

Lewis 4 George were not mentioned. The estate was valued at $4,700 with $2,787.02 in 
cash and the remainder real estate and personal possessions. 



Brawn, Deidrich (Continued) , 



#««8-C 



..Delaware Co. State Bank was appointed administrator of estate 4 gave a $50.00 minimim 
value to Deidrich' s personal possesssions: 



1 Vatch 

1 Center Table 

1 Sewing table 

1 Rug 13'xl3' 

1 Mantle Clock 

1 Cook stove 

1 Oil stove 

1 Chlothes rack 
Misc. dishes 



1 Organ 4 stool 

4 Rocking chairs 

1 Commode 

1 Dining room table 

1 Kitchen cabinet 

1 Iron Bedstead, s & m 

1 Ironing board 

1 Ton coal 

Misc. kitchen utensils 



1 Heating stove 

1 Wood Bedstead, spring St mattress 

1 Couch 

1 Wooden Cupboard 

1 Library table 

1 Chiffonier 

1 Lawn mower 

1 1920 Ford Touring Car 
Misc. tools. . 



Deidrich was Involved in many Delaware County land transactions including: 

1893, Sept. 5, Deidrich Brown purchased 160te acres of land in NE corner of Sec. 5 of 
Coffin's Grove Twp. Uorth of Masonville from Mary Folry(?) & heirs for $5,000. 

1898, Mar. 1, Deidrich Brown sold the above to Gilbert Mosher for $5,617.50 with 
Deidrich Brown signing & Jane her "X". 

1898, Mar. 1, Gilbert & wlfe(Elsie J. )sold 80 acres of land in the lower SW corner of 
Sec. 5 of Coffins' s Grove to Deidrich Brown for $2,500. 

1910, Feb. 19, Deidrich & Jane sold the above 80 acres to Wm. Seward for $5,200. 

1910, Feb. 25, Deidrich bought land near Bailey's Ford, South of Manchester, in several 
adjoining sections for #11,250 from Fred Heinkel & Amelia Heinkel of Alamakee Co., Iowa. 

1910, Uov. 25, Deidrich bought Lot 12 in Block 6 of Shelden 4 Harris addition of 
Manchester, la. for $125 from 5. H. Hyde i wife Mary. 

1911, Feb. 24, Deidrich bought Lots #1,2, & 3 in Block 2, Lots #11 & 12 in Block 4, 
Lots #1, 2, S 11 in Block 6; all in the Sheldon 4 Harris addition of Manchester for 
$2,000. 

1913, Mar. 10, Deidrich & Jane sold 150 acres of the land near Bailey's Ford for $1.00 
a other valuable consideration including a $3,000 first mortgage due March 1, 1915 ®5% & 
a second mortgage for $1,200 due March 1, 1915 ®6% to George H. Wild. 

. .1913, March 7, Deidrich & Jane sold Lots #11 & 12 of Block 4 of the S 4 H Addition of 
Manchester for $245 Austin D. Brown 4 wife. 

1915, April 12, Austin D. Brown & wife, Anna 0., sold Lots* 11,12,13,14,15,16, 4 17 in 
Block 4, Lots#5,6,7,8,9 & 10 of Block 2 of S&H Addition of Manchester to Wm. Hahesy for 
$1.00. 

1915, June 2, Wm. Hahesy, unmarried, sold Lots* 1,2,11 St 12 Block 6, Lots 1,2, 4 3 
Block 2 of SSH Addition of Manchester to Deidrich Brown for $1.00 

1919, April 25, Deidrich 4 Jane sold Lots 1,2 4 3 Block 2 of S4H Addition of Manchester 
to Austin D. Brown for $225. 

1919, April 17, Fred B. Blair, claiming to know Deidrich very well, swore in an 
affidavit that Deidrich was the same as person with deeds recorded under Dietrich Brown 4 
latter spelling was a 'clerical error'. 

1923, Feb. 10, Deidrich 4 Jane sold Lots # 1,2,11 4 12 Block 6 of S4H Addition of 
Manchester to J.H. Rhines for $1.00 4 other valuable consideration. 

. . (009) Jane arrived in Ifew York City on 22AUG1856 aboard the bark "Rhein" accompanied by 
parents 4 younger sister Wilhemine. They had departed Hamburg, Germany on 2AUG1856, seven 
weeks earlier, with 145 adult passengers 4 143 children on board the "Rhein". She died 
of diabetic gangrene. 

. . <008-l) Fred Brown, Agnes, Edward BrownCFred's brother), 4 Agnes's aunt, Caroline 
Leibenguth, were living in Wadena, Iowa in the 1910 lA Census. Fred 4 Agnes moved to 
Beloit, Kansas 3JUL1912 and opened a blacksmith shop. Agnes left estate of approximately 
$6,000 to James A. Ward, nephew 4 son of sister, ITellie Ward. Fred 4 Agnes took James in 
at age of five 4 was listed as a foster son in some records. 



.Brown, Deidrich (Continued) #«08-D 



. . (0«8-2) George left home prior to 1900. His death certificate listed him as a 
blacksmith & married. He was 30 years old when he died at Seattle's Providence Hospital 
of a 'gunshot wound in back penetrating abdomen'. His residence was given as Port 
Blakely, Washington. On Tues. 29DEC1908 at approximately 6:15 PM, he had been shot by 
Jose licholos outside the mill, where he worked, in Port Blakesley on Bainbridge Island 
in the company of George's wife. Jose Ficholos went on to kill the four year old son of 
Jose Santos, Roman, that same evening. For the double mirder, Jose licholos was found 
guilty and hanged at the Washington State Prison at Walla Walla on 16APR1909. 

A George A. Brown b. lA appears In the Kalispell, Flathead County, Montana 1900 Census 
as a railroad fireman. His probable daughter, Mildred, was living in 1910 with Jurdan & 
Kate Williams in Port Blakely, Wa. across the bay from Seattle. In the 1910 Census, 
Mildred is listed as a niece of Jurdan who was born in Canada c. 1880. Her father is 
listed as bom in Iowa & mother in Canada with her birthplace is given as Montana. Thus 
I assume Jurdan Williams was a brother to Mildred's mother. Jurdan Williams & his wife, 
Kate(b.cl881CFD), were oarried around 1907 & had had one child by 1910 but it had died in 
infancy. 

. . {e«8-4) Louise, according to daughter, Marian, was born at St. Olaf, Clayton County. 
Louise & John Grahiun lived at Thorpe, Masonville, & Manchester, Iowa. 

. . <008-5) Lewis, in his 1953 Social Security application, gave Osceola County, lA as his 
birthplace. This is possible because I have not found Diedrlch Brown in a 1885 Census & 
feel he had left Clayton Co. lA sometime after 1883. Lewis died without leaving a will. 
The sale of two lots, personal property, and cash in bank left estate valued at 
$58,599.42. After $23,865.94 was paid to various claimants, Los Angeles County turned 
$34,773.48 over to the Treasury of the State of California. $150 was allowed for his 
headstone. He had lived at 5857 S. Figueroa in L.A. & had worked as a 
watchmaker/repairman at his shop at 1625 W. Olympic Bl. near downtown Los Angeles till 
age 90 until he fractured his hip on 24JAiri976. 

. . (008-6) KatUlda & Charles Moshier were living in Rockham, South Dakota for the birth 
of Alice, Harry, 4 Hazel before moving to Monticello, Minnesota where Charles may have 
worked as a postman. She was living in Big Lake in Sherburne County(possibly with 
daughter Irene) & died at the Monticello-Big Lake Hospital at age 88 (Death Cert, gave 
birthdate of 21AUG1887 vs 1888 in 1900 Census). 

. . <008-7) Albert was living at 601 S. 3rd St. in Manchester when he succumbed to a 
stroke. He had married Anne at Immaculate Conception Church in Masonville. He was 
employed for over 27 years at a produce company in Manchester, Iowa. He was survived by 
his wife, daughter, 3 grandchildren, & 2 great grandchildren. 

SDURCFS I HISC INFDr (RVSO e6JUL1987) lA Census's, lA Vital Records, Laura Feldenan, Harian Ftiklcelson, Senevieve tally, Verla 
Schaefer, 'BreBerton W Ne«V 



HUSBAIfD'S FULL MJIE; Behncke, August (Banke, Bancke, Bahnlce, Benke) Ifot Direct Ancestor 



BTRTH 



C1845 ELA££ 



21JAIfl867 PLACE 



C1871 PLACE 



ELA££ 



MMD. 
DEATH 

BMUL 
OTHER RESIDENCES : 
QCCUPATIQHS : 1870 Census 
KILITAEY SECQEJi: 

HIS FATHER: 



Kingdom of Hannover (conquered by Prussia 1867) 

Clayton County, Iowa 

Motor (Read Twp. ) , Clayton County, Iowa 



Day Laborer 



RELIGIQH : prob. Lutheran 
JIQIHESi 



WIFE'S FULL lAKE : Helm, Jane (Jennie) Alice 



#009 



BISTH 



BAPTZ 



22AUG1851 ELACE 
31AUG1851 ELA££ 



DEATH 
EMIAL 



21JAiri925 ELACE. 



Sijlten, Mecklenburg, Germany 

Siilten; as Christiane Johanne(Jane) Dorothee Caroline 

Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 
PLACE : Oakland Cemetery, Manchester, Iowa 
OTHER BESIDEICES: Volga Twp. in Clayton Co., Masonville & Bailey's Ford in Delaware Co. 
QCCUPATIQIfS: Housekeeper RHT.TGTmT : Lutheran 

OTHER S FQ VS ES: 2) Brown, Diedrich #008 
HER FATHER; Helm. Jghann #018 MOTHER: BrnggPinann.CarnllnP #019 



CH I LDRE!T/ ♦SPOUSE 



DATE; 



.ZLACEi. 



1 Vllhealne 



* Dryer (Drier), Vm. 

♦ 1866GE-19?? 
♦ 



aiRiH. 

HARRIi. 
EEAIH. 
BURIAL 



105OV1868 Motor (Read Twp.), Clayton County, Iowa 
26FEB1886 Elkport, Clayton County, Iowa 
2?JUiri953 Guttenburg, Clayton County, Iowa 
Guttenburg City Cemetery. Guttenbu rg. la. 



2 Augusta 

♦ 
♦ 



BIRTH 

DEAia 

_EIIEIAL 



F/ A1870?Motor (Read Twp. ), Clayton County, Iowa 
. Died young: Motor, Clayton Co. , Iowa 

1870 Census- neve r again 



Appears 



3 Mary Rleka (W. ) 
* Webster, Frank 

« 



aiEIH. : 01APR1871 Mator(Read Twp.), Clayton County, Iowa 

MARRD : 19FEB1891 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 

DEATH : 30DEC1938 Oelwein, Fayette County, Iowa 

BURIAL: 02JAffl939 Woodlawn Cemetery. Qelwein. Iowa 



^ CHILDREN OF: 

Minnie #009-l-l-William H. b.MAE 1888 Ivg Edgewood lA 1953.. 
Dryer 2-Clara M. b. MAR1891 d. JUL1964 m George HoffnanOkids) . . 

3-George S. b. MAR1893 Ivg Canton MO 1953.. 
4-Matilda b.JU]I1896 d. FEB1969 m Ernest Fabert(5 kids).. 
5-Elsie b.AUG1897 d. 28SEP1978 m Edward ¥inch(6 kids).. 
6-Minnie M. b. APR1899 d. 30DEC1979 m Matt Tunk. . 
7-d. young. . 8-Raymond b.cl910 Ivg 1986.. 
9-Louis d. 1961(4 kids) . . 10-Albert. . 11-Unknown. . 
Mary . #009-3- 1-Henry Albert b.DEC1891 Ivg Oelwein lA 1985.. 

Webster 2-Henriad b.SEP1895 m Ruf us (Nevada) Hlnes Ivg Oelwein lA 1985. 
3-Clara b. MAY1900 d. 1 974 m ? . Rnlf (4kids) . . 



. . (009) Jane Helm was 16 years old at time of first marriage. Her sponsors at her Baptism 

in Siilten included: Christian Lau, Johann Peters, Johann Wolff, Dorothy Jorend, Dorothy 

Brijggemann, 4 Caroline Gipp?. 

. . (009-1) Vilhemine Dryer died after a long illness. Funeral was at St. John Lutheran 

church, in Guttenburg where she had resided 42 years. 

. . (009-3) Mary Webster came down with acute bronchitis 19DEC1938, which turned to 

bronchial pneumonia resulting in her death at 10:00 PH December 30. Moving to Oelwein in 

1909, whe joined the Grace Methodist Church in 1913. Her obituary stated that she was a 

member of the Order of yeomen and of the Ladies Aid Society of the Methodist Church. "She 

loved Flowers, her home, and her church!' 



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,,1886 Cox T»p, Clayton Co, lA Census lists Henry Bancke, i3, Necklenburg, Wife, Ann(37) of Hecklenberg »ith children 
ftugustdS), 8ertha(13), iiii,(n), & Anna(S) all born Io«a, Suspect this Henry k our August »ere related, A Heinrich Benke served 
as sponsor for Heinrich Bruggefian's baptisn at Littleport, lA 12JAN187S & thus »as faiiliar »ith the Bruggeianns(t638), 



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DEAIE 

BURIAL: 

QIBEE. RESIDETTCHS 

QCCUPATIQIS ; Farmer 8t Retail 

ttlLIIAEl SKQEJ2: 

HIS FATHER: Hansel. Jacob #Q)?.(?) 



Elk Tvfp. , Clayton County, lovra 
Elkport, Clayton County, Iowa 
Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 
Oakland Cemetery, Manchester, Iowa 
Mallory Twp, Clayton Co. & Oneida Twp. , Delaware Co. 
merchant RELIGTnW : Methodist? 



#«1»-A 



VTFE'S FULL gAME : Smith. Carrie Abigail 



MOTHFT?: Darrow. TT^nry 



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SlSIIi; 04JAJ1871 PLACE 
DEATH : 04MAY1964 PLACE 

MRIAL: ELACE 

OTHER RESIDENCES : 
QCCUPATIOfrS : Housekeeper 
HER FATHER: Smith. Vinfry W. 



#011 



Elkport, Clayton County, Iowa 
Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 
Oakland Cemetery, Manchester, Iowa 



»022 



CHILDREfrz-tSPnTTSE 



DATE: 



RELIGTOTT : b. Reorg. LDS/Meth. 
MOTHER: Vllklnsm^. S arah #0^1 



PLACE: 



1 Lurahfliaah *<f>9)^ BIRTH 

* Brown, Edward #«04 MARRD 

* DEAia 
* EIIEIAL 



10FEB1893 Elkport, Clayton County, Iowa 
05AUG1914 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 
14MAY1978 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 
Oakland Cemetery. Manchester. Iowa 



2 Exzella 
» Persson, 

* 



BIRTH 

Daniel John MSSD. 
HISS. 
SHELAL 



19JUL1894 Elkport, Clayton County, Iowa 
22irOV1913 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 
1985 Vaterloo, Black Hawk County, Iowa 



3 Floyd 

» Hackbarth, 



Qlga 



MARRD 
DEATH 

.MEIAL 



31DEC1897 Elkport, Clayton County, Iowa 
295071917 
Fall 1982 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 



4 Pearl Opal 



» Downs, Charles 
♦ 1895- 



aiEiH. 

MARRD 
UISQ. 
BURIAL: 



SEP1899 Elkport, Clayton County, Iowa 
C1917 
1985 Delhi, Delaware County, Iowa 



5 Teddy R. 
* Grubstick, 

* 



Mary 



BIRTH 
MARRD 

inm. 

BURIAL 



05OCT1902 Elkport, Clayton County, Iowa 
10OCT1930? 

1985 Earlville, Delaware County, Iowa 



6 MelvlTi yip^rinj, EIEIE. 

* Gearhart, Marian MARRD 

* DEATH 
*. BURIAL 



15OCT1906 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 

MAY1930 
priorl978 Uewton, Jasper County, Iowa 
Newton. la 



7 Alden TrPTnain aiEIIL 

♦ Frentress, Mildred MARRD 

jl* Lum-. 

'* EI2EUL 



26MAR1909 prob. Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 
C1930 
1985 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 



8 Letha AThPrta 



♦DWlnk, Albert div. 

♦2) Martens, Donald 

♦ -.197.3 



BIEIE : 12APR1912 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 
MARRD : 2) 4AUG1951 Dubuque, Dubuque County, Iowa 
LIYNG : 1986 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 

BURIAL; 



jl. . (010 & 011) Marion & Carrie moved to farm in Oneida area of Delaware Co. cl902. 
••They moved to Manchester in 1929. Marion worked for Lovett 4 Davis Produce Co. for 12 
years & operated a grocery store/gas station at corner of Kane & Hwy. 13 in Manchester 
till retired. 



I 



. Hansel , Marion (Continued) #«1»-A 



..CHILDRE¥ OF: 

Exzella #C10-2-l-Iola b.22SEP1915 Ivg Phoenix, AZ. . 
PerssQD 2-Velina b.29MY1921 m V. Chestnut Cedar Rapids, lA. . 

3-Kenneth b. 55071916 Ivg Waterloo, lA. . 
Floyd #«10-3-l-Sobert b. 10DEC1929. .2-Arlean b.2FEB1923. . 
Pearl #010-4-l-Donald J. b.4JAiri918 Ivg rural Earlville, lA. . 

Downs 2-Doroth5r M. b. 10KAY1919 m Vajrae Beiger Manchester, lA. . 

3-Betty Doren b. 160CT1922 m Gray Ivg Delavfare, lA. . 

4-Bemard M. b.29DEC1924 Ivg Masonville, lA. . 

5-Kenneth b. 17XAR1927 Ivg Independence, lA. . 

6-Shirley m Leighty. . 7-DQnna m Hankee? . . 

Ted #010-5-l-Donald b. 19MAY1931. . 2- Agnes b. 10JAiri933. . 

3-LaVerne b.JU]!ri929 d. 26JUU1929. . 4-Katherine b,5JUL1924.. 
Marlon #010-6-l-Beverly b. 28OCT1930. . 2-Gloria b. 30OCT1933. . 

3-Gorden d. 1984. . 4-Gary b. 29FEB19??. . 
Alden #010-7-l-Gayle b.3JUL1931. . 2-Greta Mary b.9MAY1932.. 

3-Merta Mae b.28AUG1934. . 

Letha #«10-8-l-baby d. 1936. . 2-Virginia b. 13FEB1937 m Gaffney Ivg Anamosa, lA. . 

VI nk 3-Everett Uelson b.5MAR1939 Anamosa, lA. . 

4-Judy Ann (Black) b. 12APR1941 m Henderson Ivg Edgewood, lA. . 

■■ Marlon & Carrie were married in 1892 by Marion's uncle the Rev. Strother Hansel (#040-7) 
of the Church of the Brethren (Dunkard) . 

..In 1964, Marion & Carrie recalled in newspaper articles of "...hauling milk by horse & 
wagon from Oneida to the now ertinct Spring Branch creamery southeast of Manchester. For 
the round trip of some 25 miles, he received 50 cents per hundredweight. .. Land could be 
rented for $6 an acre in those days. . .A good milk cow could be bought for $25 or $30, but 
of course, money was hard to get in those early days. During the winters he supplemented 
the family income by sawing wood & hauling it by team to market. . . (Carrie) cured their 
own butchered meat, made her own soap & maple syrup, pumped water for household use & 
carried it some 200 feet from the well to the house. When (Marion) was working in the 
timber she carried wood to her home for firing, assisted with hand cornpicking, and 'even, 
plowed a little' ..." 



snuRCfS I HTSC INFO' (RVSO 660011986), 187»-192S lA Census, lA Vital Records, Linda Vessels, Letha Martens, 



mTf?RATO'S FULL : Gaffney, Michael F. 



#«12-A 



RTRTH 



20MAY1849 ELAC£ 



14FEB1893 ELAC£ 



21JA51929 ELACS 



WA5RD 

DEAIH 

EHEIAL: PLACE 

OTHER RESIDENCES : 1895 Census: 

ncCUPATIQHS : Farmer 



Lake Geneva, Walworth County, Wisconsin 

Masonville, Delaware Co. , Iowa 

Robinson (Adams Twp. ) Delaware County, Iowa 

St. Patrick's Cemetery, Monti, Buchanan Co., Iowa 

near Masonville, 1900: near Robinson in Delaweire Co. 

RELIGIQg : Roman Catholic 



EDUCATIQIT : 1925 Census; 
HTS FATHER: Gaffney Sr. 



indicated 7th Grade education 
Terrance M2i MOTHER: Wahon. 



Ann 



#025 



WIFE'S FULL NAME : Conry, Ellen G. (Ifellie) 

BIRTH : 27JAiri863 ELACE: Masonville, Delaware Co. , Iowa 

DEATH : 15MAR1931 ELAC£: Robinson (Adams Twp.) Delaware County, Iowa 

BURIAL : ELAC£: St. Patrick' s Cemetery, Monti, Buchanan Co. , 

QCCUPATIQ?rS : Housekeeper/8TH Grade grad. RELIGIOIf : Roman Catholic 

HER FATHER: Conrv. John M)2^ MOTHER: Whalen. Mary 



#013 



Iowa 



#027 



r,HTT.DRE-S/*SPOUSE 



DATE; 



PLACE: 



1 Leo John (WV I VET) filEia 

* Shaver, Martha (Mattie) HAEEE. 
» DEATH 
♦ ElffilAL 



16AUG1893 Masonville, Delaware Co. , Iowa ? 

15FEB1926 Ryan, Delaware County, Iowa 

18MAY1935 Robinson (Adams Twp. > Delawsure County, Iowa 

20MAT1935 St. Patrick's Cem. . Monti. Buchanan Co.. Iowa 



0. Walter Thomas BIRTH 

* Kirschbaum, Olive MARRD 

* 1895- DEATH. 
» miEIAL 



22AUG1895 Masonville, Delaware Co. , Iowa 
20APR1920 Garber, Clayton County, Iowa 
20AUG1957 Cedar Rapids, Linn County, Iowa 



3 Mary Fideles 

♦ Grace. Edward J. 

* 1897-1975 

« 



aiEia 

MEEIL 
DEATH. 
BURIAL 



25APR1896 Robinson (Adams Twp.), Delaware County, Iowa 
27APR1921 St. Patrick's, Monti, Buchanan County, Iowa 
270CT1929 South Garryowen, Dubuque County, Iowa 
29QCT1929 St. Aloyslus Cemetery. South Garryowen. Iowa 



4 Francis Michael #086 BIRTH 

* Heffemen, Mary #007 MARRD 

♦ DEATH. 
♦ EIIEIAL 



10APR1898 Robinson (Adams Twp.) Delaware County, Iowa 
035OV1927 St. Patrick's, Monti, Buchanan County, Iowa 
21MAY1972 Manchester, Delaware Co. , Iowa 

Lot 247 St. Patrick's Cem. . Monti . Buchanan Co.. Iowa 



5 Anna Mabel 



♦ Brophy, Bernard 

* 1899-1962 



BIETH. 
MEEH 
LTVNG 

_EIIEIAL 



06SEP1900 Robinson (Adams Twp. ) Delaware County, Iowa 
01JU]I1942 Manchester, Delaware Co. , Iowa 
1986 Cedar Rapids, Linn County, Iowa 



6 Ellzabetli 



♦ d. in infancy 

« 



BIRTH 
DEATH. 
BURIAL 



priorl910 Robinson (Adams Twp.) Delaware County, Iowa 
priorl910 Robinson (Adams Twp.) Delaware County, Iowa 



. CHILDREN OF : 

Leo #012-1-1-Marietta d. 1929. . 2-Louise d. 1932. . 

Walter #012-2-l-Mary Frances b.30JA]J1921 m H. Vernon Stevenson; OJai CA 

2-C T;.ttm:.<:; Richard b. 3JUU1922 r< . ;>flSKP1 944 W II ] . . 

3-Joseph Ambrose b.30SEP1923 m Lorene Ann Lange. . 

4-Patricia Eileen b. 17MAR1925 m Dorance B. Oehler. . 

5-Dorothy May b.20SEP1926 m Dorance Vincent O'Brien Ivg Marlon, lA. 

6-Jane Anne b.6DEC1928 m Gifford Francis Tow Jr. 

7-Phyllis Marie b. 12APR1930 m Russel Raymond Miller.. 
Mary #012-3-l-Eleanor Grace b. 17JU]I1922 m Howard Schuster. . 
Gliacg. 2-Cletus Paul b.27SEP1924 d. 15AUG1981 m Pat Curran. . 

3-Allan Joseph b.4FEB1926 d. 10OCT1963 m Jean White.. 

4-Mary Can! re b.26MAT1928 m R obert Richards., 



..1894 Delaware Co. lA plat maps show Michael owned 80 acres at S.E. intersection of 
Robinson 4 Ryan roads, 40 acres West side of Robinson road just 5orth of Robinson, 38 
acres approx. site of Frank Gaffney' s buildings Uorth side of road only with alternate 5 
acre strips up to Robinson corner. 



. Gaffney, Kichael F. 



(Continued) #«12-B 



. . (ei3) Ellen's Cgellle) obituary described her as "woman who will be greatly missed by a 
large circle of friends & relatives. She was a good neighbor and in younger days was 
always ready to help when any one was in need in siclmess or trouble." Her brother, Msgr. 
Thonas Conry, read the Requiem High Mass at her funeral in Monti (St. Pat's), A large 
number of priests from B.E. Iowa attended the funeral. Pallbearers: John Garrey, Charles 
Casey, William Behan, John Behan, Charles Dozark, & Tom Donahue. 

.. (012-1) Lea lived in Belleville, Ka. for brief period. His Hebraska National Guard 
unit was not assigned overseas duty during World War I. Widow Mattie Gaffney married 
Howard Francis in 1937 at Kearney, Nebraska after the death of first husband, Leo 
Gaffney. She died at Sun City, Az. on 18SEP1984 & was buried at Cedar Memorial Cemetery, 
Cedar Rapids, Iowa with apparently no surviving children from either marriage. 
. . <«12-3) Ifary PidplPfi died of a strep infection. She had attended grade school in Ryan & 
high school in Manchester. Rev. Thomas Conry officiated at funeral. Ed Grace remarried 
Ruth Williams in 1936 & fathered Winnifred m Eldon Hayes & Thomas m Margaret Larsen. 
. . (©12-5) Athmi's husband, Bernard Brophy, worked at Baumgartner Gate Factory in 
Manchester before moving to Cedar Rapids in 1950. She was a ninth grade graduate. 
Bernard had been the first baby baptized by Rev. Thomas Conry(#026-6) at Masonville, la. 
shortly after his ordination. 

. . (012-4) Frank Gaffney' s Testimnny published in the 1952/53 Silver Creek Methodist 
Church Centenial History(Del. (^. lA) (Copy w/Buch CkD. lA Gen. Society): 

"I *d.ll attempt to outline a little sketch of our grandad and family, Terrence and Ann 
Gaffney. The(y) immigrated into Iowa in 1849 from Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. My 
father (Michael) was six months old at that tine. They came across the Mississippi on a 
ferry. They had a small amount of live stock, a few chickens, pigs, a few cows and oxen, 
and a team of horses. They crossed the rough country and prarie until they came to Adams 
Township where they settled a mile south of Silver Creek, and built a log house. The old 
pioneers always tried to settle near a stream and timber. The first thing they needed was 
wood and water to survive. They also brought a small flock of sheep which were full of 
cockleburs which are known to a lot of the old settlers as the "Gaffney Burs". 

"A few years later came the Swindles, Colemans, & Robinsons. They would butcher their 
hogs in winter, freeze them, and haul them to Delhi in sleighs. The neighbors would have 
a bee-butchering. I recall my father saying he stuck 90 hogs in a day. My grandma would 
give the new settlers a few chickens to get started. They broke the old prarie sod and 
sowed wheat. There wasn't a road or a bridge; so they hauled their wheat to Manchester in 
wagons, with horses and oxen. I recall the story that my Dad one very hot day came to a 
ford and there was a load of wheat and a very nice span of chestnut sorrel horses, stuck 
in th midst of the stream. So Dad said, 'Unhitch your horses and I'll pull you out with 
these oxen. ' The man gave a hearty laugh but finally consented to let Dad pull him 
through. In a few minutes they were on their way. I forgot that man's name, but he said, 
'I'll help unload your load of wheat in Manchester if you get there today.' So the man 
and team went ahead. When they came to the railroad siding to unload into a box car, the 
oxen's heads were bumping the back of his wagon." 

"Patrick Gaffney was killed in the Civil War and Tom Gaffney was wounded. He had one of 
his toes shot off. At the time of the Civil War, while Tom and Patrick Gaffney were 
fighting the far South, their father was called to the colors in Northwest to help quiet 
the Indians. But it didn't take long to subdue them and put them back in their place. In 
later years Uncle Sam provided a tract of land now known as the Indian Reservation." 

"In the old days most of the visiting was done on foot. People would walk across the 
praries on foot and take their children wilth them and stay a week or nore at a time." 



smiRrFS i HTSC IHFH' (RVSO 960CT1987) 1876-1925 lA Census, Buchanan Co, Ift Ceietery Records, 1878 Delaware Co, Ifl History, Io»a 

Vital Records, Kate Saffney, Dorothy O'Brien, Eleanor Schuster, Oeianare Co, lA Newspapers, 

,, Extended genealogy available of descendants of Valter & flary, 

.,1895 lA Census lists a Jaies F, Sallespie b,184iyi living »ith Michael's faeily near Hasonville,. 



HUSBAND'S FULL ^kWE: Heffernen, Thomas Edward 



EIEIIi 



EAMD. 



DEAUi 



04DEC1865 ELA££ 



#014 



20APR1898 ELACE 



16JU51959 ELAC£ 



Dubuque County, Iowa 

Imac. Conception, Masonville, Delaware County, Iowa 

Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 

St. Mary's Cemetery, Masonville, Iowa 

Prarieburg in Linn Co. lA 

RELIGing : Roman Catholic 
HIS FATHER; Heffsrnsn , Roger #028 mother : T.ynch. .Tnhanna #g):?Q 



QIEEE. RESIDENCES : 1936; 
OCCUPATIONS : Farmer 



VIFE'S FULL NAME : Shottmiller, Catherine (Katie) Agatha #015 

fiiSIii: «>1N0V187«) ELA££: Earlville, Delaware County, Iowa 

Monti, Buchanan County, Iowa 
St. Mary's Cemetery, Masonville, Iowa 

RELIGION : Roman Catholic 

HER FATHER: Shottmiller. Frank (Fr^nt?:) m^ff, MOTHER: Hannan. Catharine #g)31 

CHILDREN/ *SPQi;5E DAI£i ELACEj 



DEAIH:: 25MAR1926 ELAC£ 
EURIAL: ELACE. 
OCCUPATIONS : Housewife 



l ?Phillip 



Q£AIH. 



2 Mary Genevieve #«(»7 BIRTH 

♦ Gaffney, Frank #««8 MERE. 

* DEAIH. 
* ailfilAL 



3 Richard F. 

* Holub, Clara 

♦ b.2NOV1908 



DEAIfl. 



JA]I1899?Prarie Twp. , Delaware County, Iowa 
11MAY1899 Prarie Twp., Delaware County, Iowa 

St, Mary's Cemetery. Maso nville. Iowa 

19JAN1902 prob. Prarie Twp. , Delaware County, Iowa 
03NOV1927 St. Patrick's, Monti, Buchanan County, Iowa 
07SEP1983 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 

St. Patrick's Cemetery. Wn nti, Iowa 



19JAiri905 Monti, Buchanan County, Iowa 

29JAN1934 St. Joseph's, Prarieburg, Linn County, Iowa 

06AUG1976 Cedar Rapids, Linn County, Iowa 



BURIAL: 09AUG1976 St. Mary's C emetery. Masonville. Tnwa 



.. CHILDREN OF : 

Richard #014-3-l-Richard living Manchester, Iowa 1986.. 
2-John Ivg Coggon, I A 1986. . 
3-Virgil(Sam) Ivg Cherokee, lA 1966.. 
4-Kathleen m Harold Kuebler Ivg Altoona, Illinois. . 

5 Donald 1943-1978 (Vietnam War Veterf^n) ^ 

.. (014 4 015) Thomas 4 Catherine were married by Father F. J. Murtagh. Mary Shottmiller 4 
Pat Heffernen were listed as witnesses on marriage certificate. 

They were god-parents for Mary 'Nolan' Puff (#030-5-3) who remembers the Heffernen farm 
"..down on the Buffalo., a great place for old or young.." "Thomas was a good farmer, 
with a bountiful orchard." He also was somewhat of a 'rolling stone' - staying with 
different relatives but never staying long. Kate was a plain woman in contrast to her 
'prissy' sister (Mary #30-3), but a good cook h generous personality (would lay out $10 so 
that Thomas could have a good time). Kate's death was a great loss to those around her, 
with tears in abundance. 

Thomas died at Memorial Hospital in Manchester (1959) at 8:50PM after an illness of five 
months. He had farnKd in the Monti, Masonville, and Lament area. Prior to death he had 
resided with daughter, Mary, on a farm near Robinson. He left her $1,000 at time of 
death. 

. . (014-1) Phillip according to family tradition, may have died after drowning in his 
mother's mop pail. He was only a few months old at time of death. 
.. (014-2) tery h brother, Richard, as children stayed with Frances Reidy(030-4) in 
Manchester while receiving religious instruction at St. Xavier's in preparation for the 
Catholic sacraments (Reidy' s took in many children for the same purpose.). 
. . (014-3) Richard had been a farmer near Monti. He died at Mercy Hospital in Cedar 
Rapids on Friday 06AUG1976. His funeral was held at St. Patrick's in Monti. Casket 
Bearers were: William Ryan, Ronald Monaghan, Clement Reidy, Robert O'Brien, Vincent 
Callan, 3i Henry Dolan. 

SOllRCP;; ^ HTSr ^w^. (Rvso 29NQV1987) 
'uff. 



1879-1925 Iowa Census, Buchanan County Cemetery records, Iowa Vital Records, Nary Nolan 



BTBTH : 



FULL MKE : Branns (Braun/Brahns/Brovm) , ? 



#«16-A 



ISMED. 
DEATH 



ELAC£ 
PLACE 



ELACE. 



EIIEIAL: 

QIHE£ T^HSTP-RWCKS: 
nrCUPATTOHS: 

IlILIIMl EECQEI2: 

OTHKR SPOUSES: 

HIS FATHER; 



ELACE. 



Prussia, Germany 



RELIGIQg: 



WOTHIR: 



VTFH'S FULL MWE : 

BIRTH: ELA££: 

DEAIE: ELAC£: 

BURIAL: PLACE 
OTHER RES I PEACES: 
OCCUPATTQtrS : 

OTHER SPOUSES: 

HER FATHER; 



Prussia, Germaay 



PELTGimT: 



MQTffER: 



CHILDREN/ ESPOUSE 



DATE: 



PLACE: 



BIRTH 
WARPD 

DEATH. 
BURIAL 



1 Deldrlch SMS. birth 

♦ Heln, Jane Alice #«09 WARRD 

» nEAia 

* BURIAL 

2 

* 
t 

» 

3 

* 
» 

♦ 

4 

* 
» 

» 

5 



28MAR1852 Hannover? (Prussia) , Germany 

7FEB1875 Littleport, Clayton County, Iowa 

19JA51930 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 

Oakland Cemetery. Manchester, Iowa 



BIRTH 

aAESn 

DEAIH. 
.BHEIAL 



BIEia 
MARRD 

DEAIH. 
BURIAL 



aillH. 
MARRD 

DEAIK 
RHRTAL 



SOURrFS f, »}<^C. TNFn ' (RVSO 15FEB1987), 1879-1925 lA CENSUS, 

..Oeidrich's naae is spelled 'Branns' in 1886 Clayton Co, lA Census as is the Clayton Co. birth record for first daughter, 

Caroline. 

,, Living near Oeidrich in the 1880 Census I a possible relative was a Uilliaa Brann vho also spelled his naie 'Brann', He vas 

b,DEC1834 in Prussia d,29SEP1902 in Clayton County(»ith his father born in Necklenburg). He vas tarried to a Paulina b.QCT1846 

in Prussia h they both case to the U,S, in 1869, Children included; Augusta, Paul, Ida, Henry, Herian, i Clara b.Sepl889IA, 

,,A Henry Brann b,AU61830 Hannnover vas postiaster of Denver, Breter Co,, loxa in 1906, He caie to the United States in 1857 i 

had lived in Illinois for a brief tiae(Deidrich spent two years in 111. before coiing to lA in 1875), 

,.In addition, a Henry Brann appears in the 1870 Volga T»p,, Clayton Co,, Census i is froi Hannover, 

,, Oeidrich's son Seorge may have been pronouncing his last nane with a Seraan accent in the 1900 Kalispell, Flathead Co,, 

Hontana Census because the census taker spelled his nane 'Braun'. 

,,The nane of Oeidrich's first son, Frederick(Fritz), iiaybe an indication of Oeidrich's father. 



HTJSBAgP'S FULL MME: Helm, Johann Carl Frlederich' 



aiEiH 



EA£I2. 



22DEC1826 ELACE 
26DEC1825 ELAC£ 
14JAIII856 ELA££ 
20FEB1912 ELAC£ 

ElffilAJL: ELA££ 

QIHE£ RESTDFTTr.FS 



ARRYD USA 1 fl^fi 



JW18-A 



MEEE 
DFATH 



Giilzow, Stave nhagen, Mecklenburg, Germany 

Giilzow as: Johann Carl Friederlch 

Siilten, Kittendorf, Mecklenburg, Germany 

Maj-shalltovrndA Soldier's Home) , Marshall County, Iowa 

Rowley Cemetery, Rowley, Iowa 
1864-90 Littleport in Clayton Co. , 1891 Forestville Delaware Co. 
1893 Edgewood in Clayton Co. , 1896 Quasequeton Buchanan Co. 
Farmer/Laborer RELIQIQg : Lutheran 



nCCUPATTOWS 

KILITAKY SECQEIi: 1864-65 Civil Var, Private, 13th Iowa Infantry, Company C 

HIS FATHER; He lm. Joact ii m #036 woth kR: MahnrkP. Mari^i n.#0.?7 



WIFE'S FULL ffAWE : Briiggemann, 



aiEiii 



BAPT2 



DEAIH 



20JU51824 ELACE 
25JU]iri824 ELA££ 



27NOV1904 PLACE 



KqM 
1^11 
Rowl 
Rowl 



BMIAL: 30NOV1904 ELAC£ 
OCCUPATIONS : Housekeeper 
HER FATHER: RrnggPrn ann. Jnh 



CHTLDREW/->SPnUSE 



Caroline H. ARRVP USA 1856 #019 

enhagen, Ankershagen, Mecklenburg, Germany 
enhagen, Ankershagen, Mecklenburg, Germany 
ey, Buchanan County, Iowa 
ey Cemetery, Rowley, Iowa 

RELTOTnTT: Lutheran 
Cl3,riS-tlan M2a mother: Schmidt. Sophia #039 



JQAIEi 



PLACE: 



1 Jane Alice 



mm 



»l)Bencke, August MARRD : 
»2) Brown, Dledrich #008 DEATH 
» WBIAL 



: 22AUG1851 Siilten, Kittendorf, Mecklenburg, Germany 
2) FEB1875 Littleport, Clayton County, Iowa 
21JAiri925 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 
Oakland Cemetery. Delawar e County. Iowa 



2 Vilhemlne(Mina) 
* Lau , Theadore 
» 1842GE-1906IA 

* 



aiEIfi. : 17AUG1854 Siilten, Kittendorf, Mecklenburg, Germany 

EAEIZ. : 03SEP1854 as: Wilhemine Dorothee Sophia Christina 

MARRD : 10APR1877 Elkader, Clayton County, Iowa 

liEAIE : 12MAE1933 Elkader, Clayton County, Iowa 

BURIAL: 15MAR1933 East Side Cemetery. Elk ader. Iowa 



3 Fredrica(Reka) Sophia aiEIH. : 275071859 Iowa 

*l)Preuss,Fred Vm. MARRD : 1) 911071881 Zion Lutheran, Clayton Ctr. , Clayton Co. 

*2)Uredat,Fred A. MARRD : 2)25FEB1901 Cass Twp. , Clajrton County, Iowa 



Iowa 



*3)McMillen,Archie DEAIH. 

♦ EIIEIAL 



24FEB1933 Waterloo, Black Hawk County, Iowa 
27FEB1933 Rowley Cemetery. Rowley. Iowa 



4 Maria 



* Scherrer, Louis 

* 1857GE-1923IA 

* 



aiEiH. 

MBED. 

DEAia 

_EIIEIAL 



21JA]iri863 Garnavillo, Clayton County, Iowa 
12MAY1881 Garnavillo, Clayton County, Iowa 
235071940 Monticello, Jones County, Iowa 
26TO71940 nakwond Cemetery. Monti cello. Tawa 



5 Charley; 
» 



BIRTH 

DEAIH 

_SmiAL 



27AUG1864 Clayton County, Iowa 

JAH928 Vest Union, Fayette County, Iowa 
30JAgl928 Rowley Cemetery. Rowley. Iowa 



6 John Jr. 



BIRTH : JUI1867 Clayton County, Iowa 

MARRD : 1) 8JU]I1891 Honey Creek Twp., Delaware County, Iowa 



*l)Emling, Mary 

*2)Love, Mary I. (Belle) MARRD : 2)14JAJri895 Indpendence, Buchanan County, Iowa 

♦3)Robinson, Katherine DEATH ; 25JUiri945 Iowa City, Johnson County, Iowa 

*4)Munger. Ottw BURIAL: 27JUin945 R owley Cemetery. Rowley. Iowa 

7 CarollTie EIEIH : 

* DEAIH : 

♦_ BURIAL; 



1877 Iowa (seriously question this child) 

Appears in 1880 Census only, died young? 



. . (018) John, according to Hamburg passenger lists, departed Hamburg 2AUG1856 with his 
family(wlfe, Jane, <i Vilemine) for New York City aboard the bark "Rhein" (145 adults & 143 
children). In addition to Johann, Caroline age 29 is listed as Ernestine Caroline 3t 
Vilhemina age li4(2 years old upon arrival in NYC). They arrived at New York City 
22SEP1856 after 7 weeks & a day at sea. 

In Stavenhagen, he had been confirmed in the Lutheran faith on 4APR1841. 



Hplm. Jnhann. 



(•r.nntinup rf:* #gl8-B 



■CHILDREN QF: 

Hina #018-2-l-Emna Hennriette Caroline b.7DEC1880 m Vm. Euehl. . 
Lau. 2-Bertha Auguste Vilhelmine b.24JUIfl882 m Charles Kuehl. . 

3-Carollne Helena b. 5FEB1886. . 4-Carrie b.l888.. 

5-George (served in Bavy) b. 1890 m Mable Meyer.. 
Reka #018-3- 1-Carrie Price 1880-10OCT1936 m Clenenz of Strawberry Point lA. . 

2-Herjnan Price 27Jimi882-9FEB1982IA m Anna Lakeburg. . 

4-Ben Price 30KAY1889-23JinJ1966IA m Esther Helm d/o John Jr. 

5-Lizzie m Wm. Covlngtcm (Stanley & Manchester lA) . . 

3-Matilda 4JUL1884-23DEC1950IA m Sylvester McCarthy of Vinthrop. . 
Maria #018-4-l-d. young. . 2-Joseph b. Janl884. , 3&4-d. young. . 

Scherrer 5-Ella b. 5071891 d. 1967 m Edward Turner of Quasequeton lA. . 
John #018-6-l-(lst Marr) l-Mae(Gleerup-adopted name) m Harry Jensen.. 

2-Ellzabeth 2JUL1891-17MAB1984 m Alexander Jensen of Oelwein lA. . 

3-George (Holtz-adopted name) 28JUIfl895-1986IA Dubuque & Edgewood lA. . 

(2nd MARE) 1-Esther Josephine b. 19AUG1895 m Ben Price s/o Reka.. 

2-Phillip Dewey 8SEP1897IA-19IfOV1964MII m Minnie Jensen. . 

3-Vena A. 28JA51900IA-19DEC1983IA m Melvin Foust (1891-1968) . . 

4-Clarence H. 1902IA-24]IOV1937IA m Dorothy Meckalenish. . 

5-Lillian d.l903. . 

6-Paul BruggemannllAPR1905IA-5JAliri980IA m Lillian Thede. . | 

7-Marion Francis 8 JAI1907-21JAII1986Mir m Lola Tyler (1908-) . . 



John did not seem to move to Iowa till after 1860. Where he resided prior to this is a 
mystery. By 1864, he was in Iowa & served with Iowa troops in the American Civil War as 
his pension applications reveal (13 JA51880 Civil War Pension App# 353925, Cert# 412562): 

..Drafted 50CT1864 & discharged on 21AUG1865. 

..Pension application describes John Sr. as 5' 3-5", florid complexion, blue eyes, light 
hair... claim based on catching rheumatism & bronchitis from wading cold river on march 
from lashville, walking in rain 4 sleeping in mud & water 26DEC1864. Iowa Adjutant 
General's report indicates that John Helm Sr. volunteered to serve as a substitute for 
another (probably from Lucas Co. lA) who had been drafted 4 was willing to pay John. 
..John did not catch up with regiment in time to take part in Sherman's march thru 
Georgia in December 1864. However, he may may have participated in mopping up actions in 
South Carolina & Forth Carolina till the conclusion of fighting. By way of Raleigh, IT.C. 
& Richmond, Va. , the Thirteenth marched to Washington, D.C. where during the week of May 
20, 1865, John's regiment marched thru the streets of the capital in a "magnificent 
review". On June 7, the regiment was shipped via rail and steamer to Louisville, Ky. 
where the regiment's men were mustered out. 

The Thirteenth Regiment had enrolled 1788 men... 74 killed. ..313 wounded... 38 died of 
wounds. .. 186 died of disease. .. 306 discharged for wounds, disease & other causes... 88 
captured. .. 34 transferred. .. 185 buried in national cemeteries. 

John BriiggeMinii (#038-4 ) , signed neighbor's affadavit to support John Helm's pension 
application saying that he had known John Sr. since 1850 in Germany. .. cl900 pension was 
$6. 00/mDnth. . . 8MAR1905 John Helm was admitted Marshalltown lA Soldier's Home... was 
receiving $12/mo. pension. .. couldn' t read or write English. .. approx $120 paid John Jr. 
upon father's death. .. hospital records indicate $62 in hospital bank. John died at 
4:45AK 20FEB1912. 



Helm Sr. , John (Continued) #018-C 



..John Sr's: sponsors at his 1826 baptism were: Joh. Pulsf, Sophia Helm, Maria Wachtel. 

His belated marraige to Caroline probably was in preparation for the trip to the U.S. to 

join Joh. Christian Briiggemann who had departed Siilten the previous year with wife 4 

son; Sophia 4 Johann Jr. 

. .7IfOV1866, In a Deed of Sale, Johann Helm purchased from Hans 5. Miensen & Margaretha 

Mien(r)sen, 80 acres of land in sec. 19&24 Volga Twp. in Clayton County, lA for $732. 

Louis 8i Fredericke Arnold witnessed the deed. 

. .285071876, In a Deed of Sale, John Helm conveyed to wife Caroline Helm for $2,000 the 

above property plus 10 acres in Section Five probably in Read Twp. Sorth of 

Motor (actually 13.9 acres in 1886 Plat Maps). 

..1870 Volga Twp., Clayton Co. Census, John Sr.'s Real estate valued at $2,000 & Personal 

Property at $700. 

. . 1880 Census, Johann & son-in-law, Deidrich Brown, living nearby each other in Volga 

Twp. Clayton County. 

. . (019) Caroline indicated in the 1900 Census that she had had 7 children/6 living. 1886 

Clayton Co., lA Land Plat maps show 39.86 acres registered in Caroline Helm's name: Sec. 

19, Volga Twp. /Cox Creek Twp. line, I. of Littleport. Caroline's death was the result of 

bowel cancer. 

.. (018-2) Mina's death certificate indicated she died of pneumonia. Theador i Mina lived 

in the Osborne area of Cox Creek Twp, , Clayton Co. In 1925 Census, Mina was living in 

Elkader with daughter Carrie. Mina came to America with parents at age of two in company 

of sister Jane. Theodore was a mason by trade 4 was in the State Hospital at 

Independence, la. for seventeen months before his death 3MAY1906. He came from (Germany 

in 1869. Theodore's funeral was in the Elkader Methodist Church & Mina's was in the 

Elkader Evangelical Church. Mina was confirmed 5APR1868 at Zion Lutheran, Clayton Ctr. , 

Clayton County, la. Mina had been confined to bed from 295071932 till death on Sunday 

12MAS1933 at 11:30PM. 

. . (018-3) Seka, was living with daughter, Mary McCarthy, at 1506 Logan Ave. in Waterloo, 

Iowa at time of death. She died of acute cardiac dilation & had been suffering for some 

time from pernicious anemia. Her second marriage was witnessed by ¥m. Dryer & Caroline 

Bredman. Villiam Preuss evidently changed the spelling of name to "Price". He died 

around 1919. Archie McMillen died around 1928. Except for seven years in Oelwein, 

Fayette County, Reka had lived in Buchanan County, & Clayton County, Iowa. At death, she 

left a home in the Fargo section. Third Ward, Independence, Iowa. Funeral was at First 

Presbyterian Church, Independence, la. , leaving 13 grandchildren & 3 great-grandchildren. 

. . (018-4) Maria was survived by ten grandchildren & had been ill for a year 4 confined to 

bed for a week prior to death. She had been a member of the Presbyterian Church. 

. . (018-5) Charles had lived in the Rowley area in the early 1900' s & seems to have never 

married. In later years he had lived in Oelwein 4 finally died on the county farm at 

Vest Union. He had been bedfast from diabetes for three weeks before death. His funeral 

was conducted at the Rowley Methodist Church by the Baptist Minister from Oelwein. 

.. (018-6) John Jr. 's family was marred by divorce, abandonment, adoption, etc. He was 

married four times. Second wife, Mary Love, remarried a Joseph Center in Pennsylvania on 

26DEC1909 with no children. Mary(Belle) died on 20OCT1955 4 is buried in the Quasqueton 

lA Cemetery with Joseph Gender. Third wife, Katherine, died cl933 in Oelwein. Fourth 

wife, Oma, may have been born a Gelman. In 1913, John Jr. was living in Varman, 

Minnesota. On 10JU11945, he underwent an operation at University Hospitals for carsinoma 

of the esophagus 4 died at 4:15PM on 25JU51945. He had been living in Oelwein, Fayette 

County prior to hospitalization. 

SOURCES \ HTSr TUFP ' (RVSD 07OCT1987), 1870-1925 lA Census, Iowa Vital Records, Delwyn Foust, Buch. 
Co. Cemetery Records, Zion Luth. Records, lA Soldier Home File, Obituaries, Lillian Crisman, 



miFmATO'S FULL UAME: Hansel, Jacob (Jake) 



RTBTH 
MESH 



25SEP1839 PLACE 
07FEB1867 PLACE 
24DEC1909 PLACE 



EMIAL: 26DEC1909 ELACE 

OTHER RESIDENCES: Greene Co. PA, Monongalia Co 

nCCUPATIQIS : Farmer 

WTLTTARY EECQEIi: 

HIS FATHER: Hansel. JnhTi ?^r. »04Q 

VTFE'S FULL gAWE 



Frost burg, Allegany County, Maryland 
Clayton County, Iowa 
Garber, Clayton County, Iowa 
Hansel Cemetery, Elkport, Clayton Co. , Iowa 

VA(W) 

RELTGTmT : 1895: ITone 



#020- A 



08MAY1848 PLACE 



Darrow, Hancy Esther 



JIDIHEEj_£cajaEi^_Harj_ 



#Q41 



aiEIH: 

HEATH : 02JUL1929 ELACfi: 

EIIfilAL: 05JUL1929 PLACE : 

OTHER RESIDENCES: Lived w/dau Settle in Sew Hampton 3yrs prior to death 

QCC?FATIOgS: housekeeper RELIQinTT : 1895: Dunkard 

HER FATHER; Darroy . GfinrgB Y. «M2 MOTHER: si-.n ne. bitpti a. 



Plymouth Twp. , Ashtabula County, Ohio 
Uew Hampton, Chickasaw County, Iowa 
Hansel Cemetery, Elkport, Iowa 



#021 



CHILDREN/ *SPQUSE 



DATE: 



#043 



PLACE: 



l_Ella_ 

♦ 



BIRTH 
DEAIH. 
BVRIAL 



2 Ormlna J. 

» 

♦ 



aiRia 

DEATH 
_BIIS1AL 



18MAS1868 Elk Twp. 
[26MAB1873]Elk Twp. 
Hansel Cemetery. Elkport. Tnww 



Clajrton County, Iowa 
Clayton County, Iowa 



20JA]fl869 Elk Twp 
[29MAB 1869] Elk Twp 
Hansel Cemetery. Elkport. Towa 



Clayton County, 
Clayton County, 



Iowa 
Iowa 



3 Marlon Edward #010 aiEIB. 



♦ Smith, Carrie A 

♦ 



#011 



MBSIL 
DEATH 



23AUG1872 Elk. Twp. , Clayton County, Iowa 
14FEB1892 Elkport, Clayton County, Iowa 
11FEB1966 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 
Oakland Cemetery. Manchester. Iowa 



4 gslsaa,. 



♦ Palmer, Matie 
» 1877-1939 

♦ 



BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BTOIAL 



14JUL1877 Elk Twp. , Clayton County, Iowa 
25DEC1905 E. Elkport, Clajrton County, Iowa 
31DEC1955 Stewartville, Olmsted County, Minnesota 
Hansel Cemetery. Elkport. Iowa 



5 Mary EttJP 

♦ Ham, Maurice G. 

* 1875E]IG-1956AE 

♦ 



(TVO) 



aiEia 

MARRD 
DEATH 



_EIIEIAL 



01FBB1880 Garber, Clayton County, Iowa 
03FEB1900 E. Elkport, Clayton County, Iowa 
30APR1905 Clayton County?, Iowa 
Hansel Cemetery. Elkport. Iowa 



6 Annette (¥ettie)(TVT-ff) BISJJL 

MBSH 
DEAIH. 
BURIAL 



* Moetsch, George 

* 1866GE- 



01FEB1860 Garber, Clayton County, Iowa 
04DEC1901 5ew Hampton, Chickasaw County, Iowa 
19MAS1938 Hew Hampton, Chickasaw County, Iowa 
Graceland Cemetery. Uew Hampton. Iowa 



7 BeasiP T.. 

♦ Thein, Frank 



1882-1951 



aiEia 

MARRD 

DEAia 

.MRlALl 



17JUL1882 Clayton County, Iowa 
14JAffl903 B. Elkport, Clayton County, Iowa 
14MAR1958 Independence, Buchanan County, Iowa 
Hansel CPTnptpry. Elkport. Iowa 



.CHTLDRET? OF- 
ITelson #020-4- l&2-d. young. . 

3-Imogene 'Edna' b.4APR1908 m 1936 Donald 0' Byrne <1901-?TX) 
4-Zepha b.280CT1910 d. ? Des Moines, lA m wife unknown? 
Mary E. #020-5-l-Mabel Wilma b. 7SEP1900 d. 14MAY1979 Clinton lA m 1915 Jim Robinson 
Ham div. 1928 m 1929M]J George K. Larsen(1893-1979IA) 
2-Luevon M. b.24MAY1902 d. 15SEP1905. . 
Bessie #020-7-l-Minnie d. young. . 
The In 2-Dail F. b. 13JA51908 m 1932 Thelda Farrell (1911-?) dv. 1945 (Waterloo) 
& m 1953 Mary Hansen. . 
3-Albert b.3APR1911 d. New Hampton? m 1935 Elma Parson (1914-?) . . 
4-Maynard b. 7AUG1912 m 1942 Eva Parson (1920-?) of Waterloo.. 
5-Howard b.-14nr.T19U th 1946 D nrnthv Mohl sledt (19;?5-) nf La Porte C-lty. 



.Hansel, Jacob '. . . . (Continued) #020-B 



..George ¥. DarrowCHancy's father) was living with Jacob & Nancy Hansel near Garber in 

the 1880 & 1885 lA Census. 

..1886, Jacob owned. 40 acres of land in Mallory Twp. of Clayton County. Jacob died at 

3:00 AK of Uremia at the age of*70yrs, 2mos, & 29 days. 

. . Saacj. <ii®d s't 4:30 AM of Myodegeneration (muscle deterioration). 

. . gelson & an Alberta Hansel were listed as witnesses at Bessie's wedding. The Rev. 

Strother Hansel (Jacob' s brother see P. 040) of the Church of the Brethren officiated at 

the weddings of Marion, Selson, Mary Ettie, & Bessie. 

..1895 Census, Jacob, Felson, Mary, & Bessie indicated 'no religion' while Nancy 4 her 

father, (Jeorge Darrow, indicated they were Dunkards (Church of the Brethren). 

. . (020-142) Ella & Orsiiia may have died in some epidemic which young Marion managed to 
survive. Ella was 5yrs & 8dys old at death while Ormina was 4yrs, 2mos, & 9dys old at 
death. 

. . (020-5) lelscm in 1900 Jacksonville Twp. , Chickasaw Co. , lA Census was living with 
Gustave 4 Anne Ladwig b. 1864IL 4 1873IA respectively. In 1938, he was living in 
Chickasaw, Chickasaw County. Daughter, Imogene, was last known to be living in Texas 
under the name; Edna O'Bryne 

..(020-5) lary Ettie' s husband, Maurice G. Ham, remarried several times before his death 
in 50V1956 in Houston, Arkansas. Daughter Mabel's marriage to Jim Robinson resulted in 
the birth of two sons: C Leroy Andrew b. 20SEP1924 d. 181AE1945GE WII ] 4 Oren George 
b.9MAE1927(m Elizabeth Arne) who were adopted by Mabel's second husband, George Larsen. 
Mabel died in Clinton, lA 4 is buried with husband at Elma, -lA. 

..(020-6) lettie Moetsch's obituary said that she had come to Chickasaw Co. in 1901 & 
after marrying George Moetsch that same year, farmed till they retired in 1914 & moved to 
lew Hampton to a home on Forth Linn Avenue. In 1936, as health failed, she underwent two 
operations revealing an incurable disease. She was bedfast the remaining four months of 
life till the Saturday she succumbed at 1:45 PM. There were no children. She was 
described as "...A faithful worker in the Lutheran Church(St. Paul' s) ... member of 
Lutheran Ladies Aid 4 E.M. B. Club. Mrs. Moetsch was a sincere Christian woman, calm, 
pleasant 4 always dependable, she was a helpful neighbor 4 a sincere friend." 
.. (020-7) Bessie 4 Frank Thein had farmed near Villiamstown, in Chickasaw Co. , lA. 
Funeral services were held at the Villiamstown Methodist Church 4 at the Perry Chapel in 
lew Hampton. She had died at 10:35AM Friday 14MAE1958 at the State Hospital in 
Independence after a stay of 7 months. Pallbearers included: Ted Leitch, Robert 
McCracken, Ernest Fenneman, Bert Lamka, Fred Laraka, 4 Herman Etter. At time of death she 
was survived by (per Oren Larsen: 4 sons 4 5 grandchildren - 2 boys/3 girls). 



SOI/RCES i niSC INFO' (RVSD 290CT1986) I840PA i I850Vfl CENSUS, 1860IA-192SIfl CENSUS, Ift Vital Records, Letha Nartens, Oren 
Larsen, 



miSBATO'S FULL NAME: Smith, Vinf rey (Vinf red) McHenry 



#022- A 



giR TH 



Mmi 



DEAIIi 



e)9DEC1325 ELACE. 



06JTO71353 ELACE. 



230CT1914 ELA££ 



Clay County, Missouri 
Clayton County, Iowa 
Elkport/Garber, Clayton County, Iowa 
Mt. Harmony Cemetery, Garber, Iowa 



WRIAL- ELA££ 

QIHEE. RESIDEIfCES: 1828-35 Pike Co. IL, 1335-41 Galena IL, Iowa Territory 1841 

QCCVPATIQN5: Farmer RELIGiniT : LDS Reorganized Church 

MILITARY E££QBJi: 

HIS FATHER: Smith. AbHah H. #044 MOTHKR: 



VTFE'S FULL UAME : Wilkinson, Sarah 



Baldwin. Ruth M. 



#045 



#023 



ElfilK: 30OCT1830 PLACE 
DEAIH: 21OCT1902 ELAC£ 
WRIAL: ELACE 



Greensboro?, Greene County, Pennsylvania 
Elkport /Garber, Clayton County, Iowa 
Mt. Harmony Cemetery, Garber, Iowa 



OTHER RESIDENCES : Morgantown, VA(W) 1834-51 
OCCUPATIONS : Housekeeper (Photo on file) 
HER FATHER: Vilkin-^ on. ThoTMs #046 



RELIGIQI : LDS Reorganized Church 
MOTHER: Hunt. Matilda #047 



CHILDREN/ *SPQUSE 



DATE: 



_£U^Ri 



1 William McHenry 

♦ 



BIRTH 

DEAIii 
BURIAL 



17JUN1855 Elkport/Garber, Clayton County, Iowa 
240CT1872 Elkport/Garber, Clayton County, Iowa 
Mt. Harmony Ceme tery. Garber. Iowa 



2 Mary Jane-Matilda aiEIH. 

* Baxter, Joseph McSpern HAEEH 
» 1854-1936 DEATH 

» ElffiUL 



07JUL1856 
31AaG1879 
06APR1948 



Elkport/Garber, Clayton County, Iowa 
Elkport/Garber, Clayton County, Iowa 

Mt. Har mony Cemetery. Garber. Iowa 
Elkport/Garber, Clayton County, Iowa 
Elkport/Garber, Clayt 
Mt. Har mony Cemetery 



3 Ira T, 

♦ 

* 



DEATH 
_21LR1AL 



12MAY1858 
230CT1858 



;on County, Iowa 
Garber. Iowa 



4 David Andrew 

* Garlow, Hattie 

* 1868- 
♦ 



aiEiH. 

MRSIL 

DEAIR 

_SIIEIAL 



150CT1859 Elkport/Garber, Clayton County, Iowa 
22DEC1886 Elkport/Garber, Clayton County, Iowa 
20APR1916 Clayton County, Iowa 
Mt. Harmony Cemetery. Garber. Iowa 



5 .q^r^h FTniWfFTmn^) aiEIE 

♦ Hansel, Allen MEED. 

♦ 1859- DEATH. 

♦ gg^ W4^-2-l BURIAL 



SEP1861 Elkport/Garber, Clayton County, Iowa 
21N0V1881 Clayton County?, Iowa 
30MAR1946 Iowa 



6 Samuel J. 



» Hansel, Mary (May) 
♦ Lorraine #040-7-2 
* 1872-1956 



MEED. 

DEATH. 

_EIIEIAL 



7 Unknown 
* 



10APR1862 Elkport/Garber, Clayton County, Iowa 
26JAN1890 Edgewood, Clayton County, Iowa 
01AUG1952 Edgewood, Clayton County, Iowa 
Mt. Harmony Cemetery. Gar ber. Iowa 



BIRTH 
DEATH. 
BVRIAL 



8 Elizabeth FIT pti 
* 

* 



EIETH. 

DEATH. 

.SIIEIAL 



14JUL1866 Elkport/Garber, Clayton County, Iowa 
08OCT1882 Clayton County, Iowa 
Mt. Harmony Cemetery. Garber. Iowa 



9 George V. 



* 

♦ 

1® Ida Ben 
# 



EIETH. 
DEATH 

_EIIEIAL 



08MAY1868 Elkport/Garber, Clayton County, Iowa 

25AUG1868 Elkport/Garber, Clayton County, Iowa 

Mt. Harmony Cemete ry. Garber. Iowa 



EIETH. 
DEATH. 
BURIAL 



11FEB1870 Elkport/Garber, Clayton County, Iowa 

19OCT1870 Elkport/Garber, Clayton County, Iowa 

Mt. Harmony Cemetery. Garber. loan 



11 Carrie Abigail #011 ElEIE 

* Hansel, Marian #010 MEED. 

♦ DEATH. 
♦- BURIAL; 



04JAffl871 Elkport, Clayton County, Iowa 
14FEB1892 Elkport, Clayton County, Iowa 
04MAY1964 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 
Oakland Cemetery. Delawar e County. iQYfa 



■Smith. Vinfrev McHenrv, 



(Cnntinued) 



»«22-R 



. . CHILDREN QF : 

Mary Jane #022-2-l-Jolinny 0. d. 23KAY1880. . 2-Ettia b. 1882 d. 29DEC1882. . 
Baxter 3-ArtliurL. b.0CT1885.. 

4-Ellen Cora b. JU¥1888 m Smith. . 

5-Stella Florence b.KAR1891 m J. Downs.. 
6-Joseph Bethuel b.IfOV1894 d. 14JA]fl967IA. . 
David #022-4- 1-Ray L. . . 2-Clif f ord C. ..3-OttoJ. .. 
Sarah E. #ei22-5-l-Eff ie b.JAI1884 m Raymond Foster.. 
Haassl 2-Delbert A. b. 0CT1885. . 3-Beryl b. 1071887.. 

4-Iara b. FEB1890. . 5-Flassie b.cl895 d.pl900.. 
6-Earl b.]I0V1896. . 
Samuel #022-6-l-Vinfrey S. 80CT1891-3JUB1968 m Minnie Hansel & Thelma Harris Hansel 
2-Hattie b.25JUL1892 d.25irOV1983 m Palmer Hansel.. 
3-Ida Bell 50CT1895-4irOV1972 m C. Groth & Amos Franks. . 
4-Ruby Lucille b. 1897 d. 22JAU1902. . 
5-Thomas Huston b.5SEP1899 m Helen Franks 
6-Mary Margaret b.4JU¥1902 d.8JUL1986 m Walter Ortman. . 
7-Ernest Samuel 15APR1904-30OCT1976 m Carrie Hoack. . 
8-George Washington b.22FEB1906 d. 1FEB1982 m twice.. 
9-Paullne Iowa b.20KAR1908 d. 12AUG1972 m L. Ash.. 
10-John Layton b. 16FEB1910 m Alberta Coombs. . 
11-Wayne Thilo Leroy b. 17MAR1913 m Joyce Cullbertons. . 

.. <022) ¥infry stated in 1895 lA Census that his religion was Methodist. 

.. Winfrey Smith's Last Testament (original in possession of Dr. Gerald Smith-Evanston, ID 

"I was born in Missouri, Clay county, on the 9th day of December, 1825, remained there 
until 3 years old, then moved to Pike County, Illinois and lived there' until I was 10 
years old and went to school. Then we moved to Galena, Jo Davies County, Illinois in 
1835 and remained there and near there until I was 16 years old, then we moved to Iowa 
Territory where my father settled on a farm. That was my first knowledge of farming and 
I remained there until I was 19 years old then moved to Clayton County, Iowa Territory 
and settled 2 miles Forth of Colesburg, what is known as the Bruce FlanniganC?) farm. 
There I entered 80 acres of land Joining my father's land and went to clearing the land 
and building a log house. It is there I married a girl from Virginia. We lived there 
until 1856 then moved to Elk Township, Clayton County, Iowa where we worked hard to raise 
our little family. There was born to us eleven children, four dying young and the oldest 
boy at 17 and girl at 17, with five living, Jane Baxter, Emy Hansel, Carrie Hansel and 
two boys, David and Samuel." 

"I have tried to live a Christian life and set a good example before them. I united 
with the Methodists when I was 22 years old and years after I Joined the United (United 
Brethren in Christ /Dunkards) . There we lived happy and contented. I was sprinkled for 
baptism by the Methodists. Not being satisfied with sprinkling, I was baptised by 
immersion by a C. B. Thomas of the Latter Day Saints.". 



I 



, Smith, Vinf rey McHenry (Continued) #«22-C 



. . <023) Sarah Wilkinson Smith's father, Thomas Wilkinson, died when when she was only 

three years old in 1833. With mother 3t grandparents, Jonas & Sarah HuJOi., she left Greene 

Co. , Pa. for Monongalia County, Va. (W7) around 1834. There her mother remarried a Henry 

Baker. In 1853, at age 23, she 4 other relatives left Virginia 4 arrived at Guttenberg 

in Clayton County, Iowa on the Mississippi River. Sarah i Winfrey were married almost 49 

yearsClacklng only 16 days at time of her death). In her youth she joined the Baptist 

church but later joined the United Brethren in Christ. Later she joined the Reorganized 

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormon-Independence, Mo.). She died of 

Bright' s disease after 71 yrs 4 mos of life. 

. . (022-1) ¥illiam McHenry was 17 years old in 1872 at time of death. 

.. <022-2) Mary & Joseph Baxter's son, Joseph Bethuel, served in WWI as a private in Co. 

B, 216 Field Signal Battalion of the U.S. Army. 

., (022-3) Ira T. was 6 months old at time of death in 1858. 

.. (022-4) David, in one version, was killed on Sam's farm helping to pull a pump & was 

struck in the head by a pulley. In another version, the accident occurred on the 

Appleton Lovett farm. 

.. (022-5) Sarah was also called 'Emma'. In 1925, she & Allen Hansel were living near 

Edgewood in Delaware County, Iowa. 

. (022-6) Sajnuel evidently took over his father's farm. His wife was the daughter of 
Strother Hansel (#040-7) . At their wedding, Marion Hansel (#010) served as a witness and 
his wife, Carrie Smith Hansel, was listed as a guest. 
. . (022-9) George ¥. was 3 months old in 1868 at time of death. 



SOURCES i niSC INFO;(RVSO e30EC1987), 1860-192S lA CENSUS, 1984 Clayton Co, Ifl History, Letha Haptens, Lorita Palner 



HUSBAND'S FULL ¥A«E: Gaffney Sr. . Terrence 



EiSIH 



MESH 
DEATH 



APR1813 PLACE : 
MAS 1838 PLACE : 



A5R7D USA 18.'^ 1 



#«24-A 



31JAI1904 ELA£E: 



: Mt. Sugent, County Cavin, Ireland 

: Uew York City, Hew York 

: ]J¥ Branch Hat. Home Disabled Veterans, Xilwaukee, Wisconsin 
MRIAL- Grave 138 Sec 14 Wood JJational Cemetery, Milwaukee County, Visconsin 
QIHEE. RESIDEHCES: Rhode Island. Emerson, Dixon County, Febraska 
QCCUFAIIQNS: Factory worker, Farmer RELIGTOTT : Roman Catholic 

MILITASY SEIQfiJi; SEP1862-JU]J1865, Private, 6th Iowa Calvary, Company G 
H I S FATHER ; Ga^faey , Edward #048 mothet?: anwnev. w«ry 



VIFE'S FULL gAME : Mahon, 
ElSIfi: 16DEC1820 ELACE 
DEAIIi: 1350V1883 ELACS 
EIISIAL: ELAC£ 
OTHER RESIDENCES : 
OCCUPATIONS : Housekeeper 
HES FATHER; (See p. #050) 



Ann ARRVP USA 1836 

Ireland 

Robinson (Adam's Twp. ) , Delaware County, Iowa 

St. Patrick's Cemetery, Monti, Buchanan County, Iowa 



#049 



#025 



RELIGIQJ: 
MOTHER: 



Roman Catholic 



CHILDREN/ -tSPQUSE 



DATE; 



.2LACEj_ 



1 Patrick BIRTH 

♦ [Civil War Death] DEAIIL 
» BURIAL 



C1840 Rhode Island 
07JU51862 Batesville, Independence County, Arkansas 
SfiC 10 Grave 310. National CeinPtP ry. Llttls Rnck. 



ARK 



2 Unknown 

* 



BIRTH 

DEAIH. 

.BIZEIAL 



Terrence Sr.'s 1889 Pension App. mentions that 
there were 9 children-6 Hving/3 dead. 



3 Thomas 



♦DCurren, Ann ? 
*2)Briggs, Susan 
* 1846-1920 



BIRTH : 20SEP1845 Lake Geneva, Walworth County, Wisconsin 
MEE]i:2) 4FEB1868 Independence, Buchanan County, Iowa 



DEATH 
BURIAL 



190CT1919 Independence, Buchanan County, Iowa 

Plat 1 Blk 1 Lot 3 ■ St. John Cem. . Independence. TA 



4 Terrence Jr. 
♦ Kane, Mary A. 
» 1886-1893 

* 



BIRTH 

MARRD 

DEATH 

_EIISL1L 



31JUL1847 Lake Geneva, Walworth County, Wisconsin 
20SEP1887 St. Patrick's, Monti, Buchanan County, Iowa 
17FEB1917 Robinson (Adam's Twp.), Delaware County, Iowa 
Ryan. Delaware County. Inwa? 



5 Michael 

* Conry, Ellen G. 

♦ 



#012 



#«13 



Mssn. 

DEATH 

MRIAL 



20 MAY 1349 (.J^UJ) Lake Geneva, Walworth County, Wisconsin 
14FEB1893 Masonville, Delaware County, Iowa 
21JA51929 Robinson (Adam's Twp.), Delaware County, Iowa 
Lot 23 St. Patrick's Cem. . Monti. Buchanan Co.. Iowa 



6 Anna F. 



* Hynes, Michael P. 
« C1865CA- 



aisia 

MARRD 

hum. 

RTTRTAL 



20MAY1849 ( TWIN ) Lake Geneva, Walworth County, Wisconsin 
15APR1884 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 
1925 Denver, Denver County, Colorado 



7 KatP (Ca therine) 
» Kerwln, John 
* 1844IR-1909NE 



aisiH. 

XARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



30NOV1852 Robinson (Adam's Twp.), Delaware County, Iowa 
20FEB1873 Delaware County, Iowa 
08SEP1930 Emerson, Dixon County, Nebraska 
Sacred He art /Rosehi 11 Cemetery. Emerson. NE 



8 Mary 

* 

» 



BIRTH 
DEATH 

BURIAL 



03 APR1854?Robinson( Adam's Twp.), Delaware County, Iowa 
09JAN1863 (9yrs 9mos 6dys) , Delaware County, Iowa 

Lot 37 St. Pat rick's Cam.. Monti. Buchanan Ca. . Iowa 



9 Eliz^hPth 



* Fanning, Wm. James 
» 1847IL- 

* 



aisiiL 

HAEEE. 
DEATH 

BURIAL 



10SEP1855 Robinson (Adam's Twp.), Delaware County, Iowa 
12FEB1872 Masonville, Delaware County, Iowa 
22MAY1925 Mllford, Dickinson County, Iowa 
P5MAY1925 Evprlv. Clav County. Iowa 



. . (024) Terrence Sr. must have worked in the New York City area for several years from 
1831 to around 1840, when he moved to Rhode Island to work in the textile mills till 
around 1844 when he moved to Wisconsin. 

His departure from Ireland probably coincided with the Typhoid epidemic that had 
devasted Ireland. 



, Gaffney, Terrence (Continued) #«24-B 



. CHILDREIT QF : 
Thomas #024-3- 1-Thonas b. 1868 d. young.. 

2-Maine b. 1869IA d. 1923 C.R. lA m George Roe (1869- 1937) 
3-John b.50V1872 Ivg 1919 Clarion in Vright Co. lA. . 
4-Joseph b.50V1873 d. 1926IA (Single bur. Independence).. 
5-Frank b.AUG1876C0 Ivg Des Moines 1925 (Telegraph Operator).. 
6-Verna b. 31MAY1885IA d.205OV1978 Independence lA .. 
Terrence #024-4- l-Terrence b. 18JUTJ1890 jii23AUG1911IA Alta Edith Yates.. 

2-Maggie? 
Anna #024-6-l-Clarence J. b. FEB1885. . 2-Frank P. b.KAR1886.. 
Hynes 3-Genevieve F. b. MAK1887. . 4-Kichael B. b.AUG1888.. 
5-Any M b.MAE1890. . 
Kate #024-7- 1-A? b. 1874. .2-Villiaiii F. b.AUG1876.. 
KprwlTi 3-Mary b.4DEC1877 d. 30AUG1902IIE 

4-Kate E. b.IOV1880. . 5-Vinnie E. b.MAY1881.. 
6-John E. b.FEB1883 d. 1958irE. . 7-Elizabeth b. 5071884.. 
S-Patrick T. b.29]irOV1886]IE d. 12JUL1930irE. . 
9-ThoiiBS A. b.HAY1889 d. 1954NE. . 10- Aggie b. JUiri891. . 
ll-12)d. prior 1900. . 13-Ruth b. 14SEP1896irE d. 1896irE. . 
14-d. prior 1900 . . 15-Verna F. b. 0CT1899 

A dau. m ? IcCayCIcKay) . .5 Kerwin kids dead by 1910, . 

Eli2. #024-9-l-Mary m ? Flynn of Vorthington MN. .2-John b. 19SEP1875 d. 25JA51929IA. . 

Fanning 3-TlioiBasC. b. DEC1877. . 4-Kate b. 0CT1879. . 

5-Jenny b.SEP1882. .6-Anna b.0CT1884,. 

7-Belle b. 1886 (I2II) .. 8- James (I2II) 

9-Grover b. AUG1888. . 10-Susy b.OCT1890.. 

11-Ruth b.50V1892. .12-Bud (Robert?) b.SEP1894.. 

13-Joseph b.SEP1899 d. 7SEP1936IA(Burried Arnold's Park lA) . . ■ 

[Mrs. Albert Hanna d. 1914 & Mrs Henry Langford d. 19211 . . ' ( 

Other daughters n Vemie Harnan of Maxwell I A, Frank Myers ! 

of Hartley lA, Frank Franker & Felex Franker of Spencer lA. . I 



When Terrence Sr. & family arrived in the Silver Creek area of Delaware County lA in I 
1849, the only other residents of the area were a family of squatters named 'Mack' who • 
left and were replaced by a family named 'McUulty'. Manchester & Ryan did not exist with 
the nearest settlements being Delhi 4 Quasqueton. In the 1850 Census, the Gaffneys were > 
overlooked. The next settlers were the James Robinson, Anthony Swindle, & John McKay who I 
walked into the Silver Creek Valley in 1852 & brought their families in the next few 
years. A Peter Gaffney(see p. 048) & brother, Patrick (#048-4) followed him to Adam's Twp. 
sometime prior to 1856. Their Post Office drop was 'Barryville' Forth of Silver Creek. 

Although these new settlers were Horthern Irish Protestants, Ann Gaffney was so happy 
to have neighbors, that Mrs. William ( Belle) Swindell often told how "Mrs Terrence 
Gaffney walked up through the fields one day to greet the new-comers. She came bearing 
gifts. For Belle she had a setting hen and eight eggs and a half bushel of potatoes for 
seed. Later whe went to see Margaret Robinson and took her a setting hen and four goose 
eggs." 

Early settlers described the valley as 'full of berries and nuts 'black-caps', red 
raspberries, blackberries, wild cherries, wild grapes, wild crabshaw apples, hazel nuts, 
& hickory nuts bushel upon bushel. The creek, which now and then spread out into what 
the settlers called a lake, was full of fish, 'good fish'. Barrels of fish were salted 
down as well as prarie chickens which abounded in the timber. Also in the timber were ' 
generous populations of wolves, deer, coons, foxes, & snakes (settlers had to switch from 
thatch roofs to shingles because the snakes infested the thatch). (Also see testimony of 
Frank Gaffney p. 012). 



I 



Gaf f ney, Terrence (Continued) #«24-C 



In the 1856 Adams Twp. , Delaware Co. lA Census, Terrence was listed with 335 unimproved 
acres 3t 45 acres improved. He had 40 tons of hay, 10 acres of wheat, 7 acres of oats, 12 
acres of corn, & 1 acre of potatoes. He had also produced 700# of butter 4 sold 10 hogs 
& 5 cows. Amongst other land purchases, on 24JAI1855 he purchased 120 acres for 
$1.00/acre in Sec. 17 of Adam's township. 

1860, Terrence Sr.'s Real Estate valued: $ 3,000, Personal Property: $ 1,113. 

g 1870, Terrence Sr.'s Real Estate valued: $ 13,000, Personal Property: $ 2,895. 

" With the beginning of the Civil War, Terrence Sr. attempted to enlist in the Union 
Armies but was rejected (probably because of age) at Delhi lA by the mustering officer of 
the 4th lA Calvary on 30SEP1861 when he tried to enlist with son, Patrick. On 14SEP1862 
he enlisted 4 was accepted by the 6th lA Calvary, Co. G, which was hurriedly mobilized to 
aid Minnesota settlers (over 600 died) threatened by Sioux Indians who revolted against 
treaty violations. He was mustered out 20JU1I1865 at Sioux City lA after three years of 
chasing the Sioux thru Dakota Territory with service at Camp Pierre (Peoria) , Fort 
Randall, 4 Fort Rice. His pension application of 5JU]I1868 was granted on basis of 
suffering a hernia and vericose veins resulting from fall from horse at C^amp Pierre, 
Dakota Territory in SEP1863 while on horse guard (horse startled by bugles). He also 
suffered a mangled finger outside Sioux City necessitating amputation 20APR1864. The 
main battle (White Stone Hill in Forth Dakota) in which the 6th Iowa engaged was in 
SEP1863 against a village of several thousand Sioux Indians, with the warriors estimated 
to number 1500. The Sioux village was captured and tons of booty burned. Indian 
casualties were estimated to number 150 and the 6th Iowa Calvary's casualties during the 
campaign were 23 killed, 19 wounded, 4 8 dying of wounds. Terry's role is unknown. 

For unexplained reasons, Terrence Sr. abandoned his wife, Ann, in April 1879 (according 
to Ann in her mother's pension application on basis of Patrick's death #266128). He left 
Ann and his sons behind. In the early 1880' s he was living with or near his daughter, 

' Kate Kerwin, near Emerson in Dixon County, Sebraska. In the 1900 Emerson Census, he was 
living with the Kerwlns near Emerson. According to the Veteran's Hospital in Milwaukee, 
he died there in 1904. However in checking the hospital records housed with the National 
Archives in Washington, D.C. there is no record of his stay. To date no death 
certificate has been found in ITE, lA, or WI. 

. . (025) Ann Mahon arrived in New York City on 1JUTJ1836 from Liverpool aboard the 
"Sylvanus Jenkins" with over 200 passengers. 

On 5FEB1883, frustrated that she was not receiving a pension as Patrick's mother, Ajia. 
Gaffney appealed to President Che ster Arthur for help; 

"Your excel lancy President Arthur" 

"As my oldest son died in the late war and I have been apljing for pension 

and also paid two lawyers to work my case for they took my money in advance and 

sa yse d they could get a pension for me as I am in need of My 

claim has been filed for some time but it seems that (I) don't get justice. I can't 
see why ther_ not justice shown for every one as well as a few as I stand 
in as much need as them that get it. I would like to na what kind of laws 
there is in this United States (any) way that some gets there rights (and) others 
get none. Please be sure and answer this soon(! )" 

■Yours Mrs Ann G affney' 
"Manchester, Iowa" 

In ]Jovemberl883, Ann Gaffney died from injuries suffered in a fall from a wagon being 
3ulled by a runaway team(perhaps to or from church in Monti). 

. (024-1) Patrick enlisted 30SEP1861 in the 4th lA Calvary, Co. B, at Delhi, lA 4 was 
'uustered 235071861. Mother claimed he died of Typhoid fever (military said it was kidney 
.nfection) as the 4th advanced against Confederate troops near Batesville north of Little 
Jock, Arkansas. Patrick's father, Terrence Sr. , perhaps bitterly, simply said that 
'atrick was "...killed under Capt. Peters". 



, Gaf f ney, Terrence (Continued) #024-D 



.. (824-3) ThoMS, at age 19, enlisted at Delhi on 18SEP1863 in the 4th lA Calvary, Co. B, 
and was mustered out 8AUG1865 at Atlanta, Georgia. On 40CT1864, near Memphis, T5. , while 
on horse guard, was shot in foot when horse became frightened and banged Thomas's carbine 
up against tree discharging and wounding Thomas in foot (lost toe). Pension application 
describes Thomas as 5' 11", light complexion, blue eyes, brown hair. On 2APF1866, 
Buchanan County issued a marriage license to Tom Gaff ney & Ann Curren but a date of 
marriage was never recorded * may not have taken place. Thomas had engaged in Veternary 
work in Independence & lived at 707 E. Main Street. As the birth of Frank indicates, 
Thomas & Susan may have lived briefly in Colorado around 1876. 

.. (824-4) Terrence Jr. 's son, Terry, played softball with the Ryan lA "Shamrocks" in his 
youth. The son's Yd.fe, Alta, may have died at Port Hueneme, CA. 

.. (024-€) Anna F. wrote the War Pension Board in APR1885 seeking a survivor's pension, 
claiming that as the sister of Patrick & having cared for her mother till her death, she 
was entitled to any monies due them. Her appeal was denied 4 the 1880 Manchester lA 
(Census shows her running a boarding house & that one of her boarders was her uncle, 
Patrick Gaff ney b. 1816IR. The boarding house was on Lot 152 (Kiddle 1/3) on Main Street 
where in 1987 the Fareway Supermarket is located. Terrence had purchased the land on 
9DEC1867 from Elizabeth 4 Henry Hutchinson for $400 & he & Ann sold it on 24MAY1875 to 
Anna for $1.00. Anna married a man about 15 years younger than herself & may have been 
sensitive to that because after marriage she tended to claim a birth around 1865 in lA 
Census's. In 1900, she & husband, Mlcheal, were living on Seminary Street in Dubuque, 
Iowa. Her sons, Frank P. , Bernie M. , 4 Clarence J. , were partners in the junk business 
in Howard, Miner Co. , South Dakota in the 1910 SD Census. 

. . (824-9) Elizabeth 4 Villiam Fanning moved to Vermillion, SD for a year after Marriage. 
They then moved to Sioux City, lA 4 lived there for eleven years till 1895 when they 
moved to ?estport Twp. in Dickinson Co. lA. 



SOUBCFS \ HTJir Twm- (RVSO e2nAR1987) 187e-1925 lA i NE Census, Buchanan Co, lA Ceietery 6uide, Civil Var Pension 

Applications(Pat's 1266128, Terry's lieSSM), Frank fiaffney's Testiiony{p,ei2), Io»a Vitals i Obits, Delaware Co, lA Land 

Records, 

..Terrence Sr's Civil War pension applirations rpvpalprf- 

-1891-1W4, pension «as »I6 per lonth. 

-2SAU61868, Charles F, Hobbs filed affadavit fro» Dubuque, lA to support Terrence's pension daii, Hobbs «as Terry's Acting 
Orderly Sgt, i later Lieutenant of Co, '6', Said that Terry '...fhile on duty with Coepany, at or near Caip Peoria, in the 
Territory of Dakota, vas injured by his horse falling,,,' 

-13SEP1869, Terry daiied at tite of entering service •,,,«as a sound and healthy lan that I never had been troubled »ith the 
hernia or any other disease or coiplaint up to the tiie I vas thrown froi ly horse,,,' 

-2eAU€1879, John Acers, K,D,, backed Terry up by stating as the faiily physician, Terry vas ".,,a stout hearty farier prior 
his enlistunt, ,,' 

-23FEB1871, Terry stated in his pension application that the fall froi his horse occurred about 2eth or 2Sth day of Septe«ber 
1863 at Cup Peoria, Dakota Territory vhile on duty vith his said Coipany vhile on horse guard, ',,, injury still incapacitates 
deponent,.. a farier by occupation i at tiies he is entirely unable to vork 1 said injury(hernia) is growing worse pain day to 
day,,' P, 0,; Barryville, Delavare Co, lA, 

-23flPR188S, Eierson, Dixon Co,, NE, Terry provided lore details of the accident; ',, ,27SEP1863 at or near Caiip Peoria,,,! vas 
on horse-guard a false alari sounded to rally in the horses, fly horse stepped into a hole throving le forward over his'liead 
rupturing le'l injuring ly leg, Also the 26 Day APR1864, I lost the forefinger of ly left hand at or near Sioux City, IA,,,The 
surgeon at the hospital sent two coirades i lyself after soie hay for government horses, While going up a hill the trail baiked 
& I with a stone in trying to block the wheel caught ly finger between wheel 4 stone langling it so that the surgeon had to 
atputate it,,,' Also daiied that in the Sept, 1863 fall, the horse kicked hi» in the head, 

-1889, T, S, Bardwell, Surgeon, stated that Terry was also suffering partial deafness froi his fall froa the horse, 

-1889, Daniel Handerville, 55, Eierson, Dixon Co,, Nebraska, stated in an affadavit, that he had known Terry since 18S8(in 
Iowa) t vas presently residing only 1 3/4 liles froi Terry in Dixon County i that vhen Terry returned froi the war he was deaf 
in the right ear, 

-22HAY1874, flanchester lA Press reported that Terrence Sr, had been injured in Adai's Tvp, when thrown froi a horse. 



HUSBATO'S FULL MME : Conry (Conery) , John 



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DEAIH 



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30AUG1857 £LAC£ 



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AR57T) USA 1 flA0 
County Vaterford, Ireland 

Northampton, Hampshire County, Hassachusetts 
Masonvllle, Delaware County, Iowa 
St. Mary's Cemetery, Masonvllle, Iowa 

OTHER RESIDENCES : Easthampton, Hampshire Co. MA, 

OCCUPATIONS : Laborer/ Farmer RELIGinTT : Roman Catholic 

HIS FATHER: Conry (Connery) . 51 mnn #052 



#«26-A 



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BlSIii: C1831 ELACE 

DEAIH: 17JUI1885 ELAC£ 
WRIAL: ROV 12 ELACE 
OTHER 5E5 I PEACES: 
QCCUPATTQISfS : Housekeeper 
HER FATHER: Vhalen. Phmip 



MOTHER: L;^ hT. Mary 



Vhalen, Mary ARRVD USA 3(aMAY1fl49 

County Vaterford, Ireland 
Masonvllle, Delaware County, Iowa 
St. Mary's Cemetery, Masonvllle, Iowa 



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Roman Catholic 



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CEAia 
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C1858 Iowa 
18JUI1873 Coffin's Grove Twp. , 
RQV 12 St. Mary's Cenatgry, 



Delaware County, Iowa 
Masonvllle. Iowa 



Philip 



Single 



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BURIAL 



MAT1860 Masonvllle, Delaware County, Iowa 
05APR1908 Masonvllle?, Delaware County, Iowa 
SOX 12 St. Mary's CPinPtPry. Masonv llle. Iowa 



Ellen G. ( Tel lie) #013 aiEIS 



Gaf fney, Michael 



#«12 MBS2. 
DEAia 
BURIAL 



27JA51863 Masonvllle, Delaware County, Iowa 
14FEB1893 Masonvllle, Delaware County, Iowa 
15MAR1931 Robinson (Adam's Twp.), Delaware Co., Iowa 
LQI 23 St. Patrick's CPT iietery. Monti. Iowa 



Mary A. 



Ryan, Martin J. 
1859VI-1929IA 
s/oTlm A Sophia 



MAR5D 

DEAia 

_BIISLAL 



27JAiri865 Masonvllle, Delaware County, Iowa 
09JAH884 Masonvllle, Delaware County, Iowa 
09DEC1944 Dubuque, Dubuque County, Iowa 
St. Mary's Cenetery, HasQavllle. lovfa 



Margaret 



Rieger, John 
1871IA-1965IA 



HAESa 
DEAIH. 
BURIAL 



16FEB1868 Masonvllle, Delaware County, Iowa 
22APR1891 Masonvllle, Delaware County, Iowa 
24AUG1957 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 
St. Mary's Cemetery. Masonvllle. Iowa 



Thoaas 



Catholic Priest 
Monslgnor 



EIEIE 
QEESa 
CEAIH. 
BURIAL 



27JA51869 Masonvllle, Delaware County, Iowa 
17DEC1898 Montreal, Quebec, Canada 
29JUlfl947 Dubuque, Dubuque County, Iowa 
Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Dubu que, Iowa 



,CHILDRH1T OF: 
Mary #026-4-1 
Ryan 2 
3 
5 
7 
8 

Margrt. #026-5-1 
SifigfiX. 3 



-Timothy J. b.AUG1884IA Ivg 1944: Douglas VYO. . 

-Francis (Frank) L. b.lI0V1886IA d. 1961IA (WI VET).. 
Agnes P. b.AUG1892MlI. .4-Thomas E. b. 0CT1894MN. . 

-Edward b. APR1899MI. . 6-P. M. Ryan Ivg 1944: Sioux Falls SD. . 

-P.J. Ryan Ivg 1944: Samona CA 1944 

-B.H. Ryan Ivg Amarlllo TX Sgt. AAC 1944. . -Others? 
(Daughter m Charles Dozark Ivg Cedar Rapids lA 1944) 

-Mathew L. 1905-1907. . 2-Lawrence F. 1892-1951 m Mary Duffy.. 

-John P. b.SEP1895 d.28JUlI1982 m Maude Burch. . 

-1-John V. Ivg 1982: Vinthrop lA. . 

-2-Harold J. Ivg 1982: Manchester lA. . 

-3-Kenneth C. Ivg 1982: Silvls IL. . -4-Daughter d.pl982.. 

-5-Kathleen m ? Foster Ivg 1982: Manchester I A. . 

-6-Lorrine m Virgil King Ivg 1982: Manchester lA. . 
4-Mary(Mae) b.27APR1897 d.24JAN1966 m Seth C. Tinm; Clinton lA. 

-1-Della Mae b.cl924 Ivg Masonvllle lA in 1925.. 
5-Joseph L. Ivg Manchester lA 1965 



ConryCConery) , John (Continued) #«26-B 

. . <e26) John settled on a farm north of Masonville around 1858 shortly after his marriage 
to Mary in Massachusetts. In the 1860 Coffin's Grove Twp. , Delaware County, Iowa Census, 
his Real Estate was valued at $160.00 & personal property at $60.00. On 280CT1867, his 
vfife, Mary 'Connery' bought 80 acres of land in the far S. E. quarter of Sec. 9 of 
Coffin's Grove Twp. North of Masonville in Delaware County for $1,400 from John 4 Sancy 
Ohl. His wife deeded one acre of this land to Solomon Welch for $25 on 10APR1879. In 
the 1870 Census, his Real Estate was valued at $2,000 & personal property at $1,184. 

While John's tombstone spells his last name 'Conry', his Massachusetf s marriage 
certificate spelled it 'Connery' & clerks & census takers throughout his life spelled his 
last nane variously as: 'Conerway, Conery, & Connory' . While John spelled it 'Conry', he 
evidently pronounced his last name 'Con-ner-y' accounting for the spelling confusion. 

Evidently John's mind began to slip with age because on 180CT1892 son, Thomas, was 
appointed guardian over his father. In 1895, John was living at the rectory in 
Masonville with Father Thomas Martagh(45) & Annie Martagh(24). In 1900, he was living 
with the Riegers. 

..Possible relatives include a John 4 Jane Connery b.cl800IR 4 in 1895 living in 
Manchester, I A with daughter, Margaret Roach. 
. . (©27) tarj arrived in Hew York City 30MAY1849 aboard the ship "Rosetta" from Liverpool 
accompanied by her sisters: Catherine (25) , Jane(21), & HanoradS). They had left Ireland 
at the height of the Potatoe Faadne which had claimed the lives of almost a million 
Irish. Younger sister, Hanora, was living with the Conry' s (Conerway' s) in the 1860 
Coffin's Grove Twp. Census of Delaware County lA. Mary 4 John were married by Rev. ! 
O'Callaghan in Sorthampton MA, county seat of Hampshire Co. , because Easthampton, their ' 
home, did not have a Catholic church until the 1870' s. Mary had registered land under 
the spelling of 'Connery' which called for some clarification by her heirs. On 3MAR1909, 
a Catharine Cummings swore in an affidavit to the Delaware County Recorder that Mary 
' C^onnery' 4 Mary ' Conry' were one and the same 4 that they had known each other for many 
years. She further stated that the children chose to spell their last name thus: Mary 
•Conery' Ryan, Margaret 'Conery' Rieger, Ellen 'Conry' Gaffney, 4 Thomas Conry 4 that 
with Philip 'Conry' were the only heirs of Mary 'Conery'. Son-in-law, John J. Rieger, J|| 
who had purchased her 79 acres for $900 on 20FEB1899 from Thomas Conry acting as guardian 
for his father, John; also filed an affidavit 4MAR1913 explaining Mary ' Connery' s' name 
should be correctly spelled 'Conery' despite her husband using John 'Conry'. Her death 
was due to paralysis. 

. . (027-4) fcry 4 husband, Martin Ryan, lived at Harmony, "KS, Lawler (Chickasaw Co. ) 4 
Lamont lA, before settling in Dubuque, Iowa. Her death at St. Joseph's Sanitorium in 
Dubuque, was preceded by a lingering illness of eight years. Grandchildren in 1944 
included: Sgt. L. Ryan serving overseas, Lieut. C. L. Dozark serving with the USFR in the 
Pacific, 4 Capt. Lyle Ryan serving with the AAC Dajrton, OH. 

. , (827-5) largaret was 90 years old when she died at her home at 137 W. Howard in 
Manchester in 1957. She 4 husband, John Rieger, ran a hotel in Masonville for two years 
after marriage 4 fanned till retirement in 1915 4 moving to Manchester. A life long 
Catholic, she was a member of the Rosary Societies of Masonville 4 Manchester. 



, Canry (Conery) , John (Continued) 



W26-C 



, . <027-€) Thonas as a priest & monsignor liad career highlights that included: 
-1895; Graduated from Columbia (Lara' s) College, Dubuque, Iowa. 

-17DEC1898, Ordained in Montreal by Most Rev. Paul Bruchesi at Laval-Grand Seminary. 
-21DEC1898, Said one of first masses at Masonville, lA. 
-1899-1901, Asst. Pastor at St. Raphael's Cathedral, Dubuque, lA. 
-MAR-AUG1901, Sacred Heart Church, Coronado, California. 
-1912-13, Pastor St. John's, Coggon, lA. 

-1901-24, Head English Dept. , Lora's College, Dubuque, lA. 
-1918, V.P Loras College, Dubuque, lA. 

-1920, First editor of Dubuque Archdiocesan Uewspaper "The Witness". 
-1924-1AIIG1934, President of Lora's College, Dubuque, Iowa 
-Other Offices: 

-31JAJJ1926, Domestic Prelate (Monsignor) . 
-14MAY1934, Vicar General Archidiocese. 
-08DEC1934, Prohontary Apostolic 

Archdiocesan Consultor 
Censor of Books 
Matrimonial Court Judge 

j^niiRCFS 4 HISC INFO- (RVSD 17APR1987) 1868-1925 Ifl Census, 19MI1N Census, Kate Ralston, Janet 6affney, Buchanan County Ceietery 
6uide, lova Vital Records k Obituaries, Verla Schaefer, Archdiocese of Dubuque, Massachusetts Archives-floston, 
,,1878 Hanchester lA Census includes a Thoias Connory, 28, b.IRE, i »ife, Catherine, 28, b.IRE, with six children born in »I, 
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Auburn, Cayuga County, Hew York • 

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1 John M.D. 

♦ May, Anna 

* 1862- 

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2 Mary 



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20JU51883 Cascade, Dubuque County, Iowa 
22MAR1899 Cascade, Dubuque County, Iowa 
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1859 Manchester, Delaware County?, Iowa 
19MAR1880 Dubuque lA Sisters of Charity, BVM, 
09MAY1923 Dubuque, Dubuque County, Iowa 



28JUL1861 Dubuque County, Iowa 
06MAY1883 Monti, Buchanan County?, Iowa 
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* Catherine A. 



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04DEC1865 Dubuque County, Iowa 
20APH1898 Masonvllle, Delaware County, Iowa 
16JU]fl959 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 
St. Mary 's Cemetery. Masonvllle, Iowa 



6 Katheri TI P (Katie) ^IKIR 

* AKA; Sister Mary HEBEE. 

♦ Andrew DEATH 

» EIZEIAL 



1869 Monti, Buchaaan County, Iowa 
08SEP1890 Dubuque lA Sisters of Charity, 
21JUL1916 Dubuque, Dubuque County, Iowa 



BVM, 



7 Martin 
* 

* 



EiEia 

DEATH 
BURIAL 



MAY1870 Monti, Buchanan County, Iowa 

1932 Independence, Buchanan County, Iowa 
St. Patrick's Cemetery. Monti, Iowa 



8 Hanor?i 

» 



BIRTB 
DEATH 
RITRTAL 



MAR1872 Monti, Buchanan County, Iowa 
pl936 



9 Patrick A. 



♦ Carr, Margaret A. 

* 1882-1954 
» 



EIEIH. 

MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



APR1874 Monti, Buchanan County, Iowa 
15APR1912 St. Patrick's, Monti, Buchanan County, Iowa 
250CT1938 Monti, Buchanan County, Iowa 
St. Patrick's Cemetery. Monti. Loiffl 



l®_Aniia 

» AKA: Sister Mary 
♦ Anthony 



SIEIE 

MEHEE. 

DEAIE 

.EMIAL 



29MAY1876 Monti, Buchanan County, Iowa 

23APR1899 Dubuque lA Sisters of Mercy-Detroit MI Province 
130CT1917 Fort Dodge, Webster County, Iowa 
Mt. Olivet Cemeter y. Dubuque. Iowa 



11 MargarPt .S, 

♦ 



BIRTH 
LIYIG 



MAY1878 (ISIl) Monti, Buchanan County, 
1959 DiihTique. Iowa 



Iowa 



12 V!,rf.h^ T ,.S?(M^gg1P) 



BIRTE 
DEAIE 
BURIAL 



MAY 18 78 ( TVIIT ) Monti, Buchanan County, Iowa 
23APR1936 Dubuque, Dubuque County, Iowa 
Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Dubuque. Iowa 



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Hef fernen. R o ger (Continued) , , , #e28-B 

■■ CHILDREN OF : 

John #«28-l-l-HeriDan F. b.JUL1884 Ivg Peosta lA in 1936.. 
2-Jolin Jr. b.MAR1886 Ivg Armour SD in 1936.. 
3-Johanna A. b.JU]I1889 . . 4-Clara H. b.II0V1882.. 

5-Mary A. b.FEB1895 d. pl936 m "Patterson'.'. 

6-Joseph b.22FEB1899 d.5ADG1899.. 
Patrick #028-9-l-Loras J. b.cl914 m Lucenda Letchenberger. . 
2-Andrew P. b.cl918 Ivg Jesup lA in 1980' s.. 

. . (928) Soger renounced allegiance to the government of Great Britian & declared his 
intention to become a citizen of the United States in the Cayuga County New York Court at 
Auburn on 21APR1853. On 19SEP1855, in the same court, John Long & John Conrad swore that 
Roger Hef fernen had been in this country five years. Roger, at that time, swore 
allegiance to the United States & was granted citizenship. He evidently had been living 
with brothers, Patrick & Thomas, in the Scipio area of Cayuga County. 

Roger probably entered the United States thru Canada. His departure from Ireland 
coincided with the height of the 'Potatoe Faadne' which devasted Ireland leaving up to a 
million dead from starvation. After his marriage to Johanna Lynch in Cayuga County, 
Roger 4 family moved to Dubuque County, Iowa. His land transactions in Concord Township 
(Holy Cross area) of Dubuque County Included; 

15DEC1862, bought 10 acres in Sec. 19 & 34 for $50 from James & Mary Ann Burds. 

15DEC1862, sold the same 10 acres for S50 to James & Nary Ann Burds. 

21JUL1862, bought 10 acres & improvements in Sec. 34 & 80 acres in Sec. 9 for $700 
from James & Mary Ann Burds (children married Hannans #062). 

26JAI1867, bought * acre in Sec. 30 for $300 from (}eorge McDonald. 

25SEP1867, sold same 51 acre for $400 to John Crowder. 

07JAI1868, sold 40 acres in Sec. 36 Vernon Twp. (Trappist Monastery area) for $1,100 M 
to Martin Delaney. This land also was only a few miles from a large " 
convent (S. of Charity) perhaps explaining why so many daughters became nuns. 
On April 11, 1868, he bought 160 acres of land in the Wi Corner of Sec. 14 Hewton Twp. , 
of Buchanan Co., Iowa for $ 3,000 from Peter & Ann Carr. In 1870, Roger's land was 
valued at $ 7,6M and Personal Property at $ 600. In 1885, he was farming 200 acres 
near Monti & the 1895 Census lists Roger as a retired farmer with son, Thoiias(29), living 
with him 4 probably running the farm. 

Roger's 1903 estate (he was 76yrs Imo 17dys old at time of death) was administered by flj 
son, Patrick. The estate was valued at $ 2,408.00, consisting mostly of cash & 
Masonvi lie -State Bank stock. Each child was left $240.08 with John Heffernen's children 
dividing his portion with their mother, Anna, as guardian. 

.. (029) Johaana'B (Canadian birth indicates that her parents entered the United States via 
Canada after leaving County Cork in Ireland. Her 1899 obituary said that "The great 
esteem in which deceased was held was attested to by the largest attended funeral ever 
held at Monti church. .. the procession of teams conveying mourners following her to her 
last resting place was over a mile long..." She was 62yrs 10mos & 3dys old at death. 
. . (©28-1) John died of a severe case of pneumonia with verlcose vein complications at 
6:00AM 22MAR1899 at the age of 41yrs 8mos. He had lived in Dubuque for one year before 
moving to Cascade prior to 1880. His wife's parents were Frank May & Elizabeth Poisson. 

. . (026-2) Mary's career as a teaching nun for the Sisters of Charity took her to 
Cathedral in Lincoln, FE. , St. Pius in Chicago, IL. , 4 St. Raphael's in Dubuque, la. She 
died in morning of 9MAY1923 at the Mt. Carmel Motherhouse in Dubuque. 
. . (028-3) Andrew was 21yrs 10mos & 9dys old at time of death. 
. . (028-4) Richard was 24yrs 7mos & 4dys old at time of death. 

. . (028-6) Katherine had taught at schools in Dubuque & Sioux City, la. & Boulder, 
Colorado. She died at the Mt. Carmel Motherhouse in Dubuque. 

. . (028-7 Martin died at the Mental Health Institute in Independence after having spent 
most of his adult life there. 
. . (028-8) Hanora was a school teacher in the Monti area in 1900. 



Hef fernen, Roger (Continued) . 



#«28-C 



, . (028-1®) Anna received habit 12DEC1900 and professed vows 29MAY1902 with the Sisters of 
Mercy. She worked at Mercy Hospitals in Dubuque & Ft. Dodge, Iowa. Father Richard 
Murphy (#058-4-7) of Clarion lA & Father Leo Heffernen(see#058-1-1) of Galena IL 
officiated at her funeral. . 

. . (028-12) Martha was a teacher in the Monti area in 1900. Her obituary said that she 
was a graduate of the Mercy Hospital School of Nursing in Chicago, IL. 4 was a registered 
nurse at the time of death. In Dubuque, she was a member of Sativity Parish, Women's 

r^thnlic O rder of Forresters & Cathedral Court A lived at 845 V. Uth Street. 

$nt)RCgS k Wise INFO; (RVSD 22DEC1986), 1879-1925 lA Census, Buchanan Co, Ifl Ceietery 6uide, Iowa Heritage Magazine V,12,p,8, lA 
Vital Records & Obituaries, 1994 Oubuque Co, Custodian Proceedings of John Heffernen's estate, Sisters of Charity, Sisters of 
nercy, Clara Holub Heffernen, Buchanan Co, lA Probate of Roger Heffernen, 



His wipe AJS^A .rcipio 




^s^^^y i> J** 



A//^ 



, Heffernen, Roger. 



(Continued) #«28-D 



..In Roger's probate papers a Mrs. M. MoranCperhaps the wife of a local blacksmith) 
presented a detailed claim which gives a glimpse of Roger's life & expenses as a farmer: 



1892, FEB 22 
APE 14 
AUG 2 
SEP 28 
OCT 4 
OCT 19 
OCT 25 
DEC 2 
DEC 2 



DEC 13 

1893, MAE 6 
HAS 17 
MAT 15 
MAT 15 
JUI 5 
JU¥ 6 
JUL 25 
SEP 5 
OCT 11 
OCT 11 
OCT 14 

1894, JAI 16 
MAS 14 
MAS 14 
MAS 14 
MAT 9 
MAY 15 
JUI 18 
JUL 3 
AUG 2 
AUG 30 
OCT 3 



1895, 



APS 12 
OCT 16 
DEC 26 



1896, JUI 5 
JUI 19 
JUI 19 
JUL 9 
OCT 12 
lOV 2 



4 old (horse)shoes * 

4 old (horse)shoes S 

2 old (horse) shoes * 

2 new (barse)shoes S 

4 tires set '. * 

1 tire set S 

plow paint& bolt i 

2 new (horse) shoes S 

2 old (horse) shoes S 

8 new (horse) shoes $ 

4 old (horse) shoes $ 

2 old (horse) shoes S 

brace melded s 

pincers made S 

4 shovels sharpened S 

2 shovels painted $ 

2 old (horse)shoes S 

4 tires set & bolts .....$ 

plow paint $ 

brace welded & bolt $ 

plow fixed , $ 

irons for tung pole $ 

Soger paid cash on bill $ 

2 plows sharpened $ 

rad(?) fixed $ 

repairs for cam & planter $ 

Soger paid cash on bill $ 

2 old (horse)shoes $ 

8 tires set $ 

1 new & 1 old (horse) shoe $ 

Soger gave apples & jaa in return for a credit to bill $ 

Roger paid' cash $ 

bands for pump $ 

4 old (horse) shoes $ 

2 old (horse)shoes $ 

4 shovels $ 

25 legger plaits (?) .i 

6 sickle clips j 

shaft in mower 5 

plow sharpened 5 

2 new (horse ) shoes j 



.75 
.75 
.40 
.75 

2.00 
.50 
.75 
.75 
.40 

3.00 

.75 
.40 
.25 
.25 

1.00 
.50 
.40 

1.60 
.75 
.25 
.50 



6 



10 



40 

10 

50 

10 

75 

00 

.40 

3.20 

.60 

1.00 

4.55 

.25 
.75 
.40 



00 
50 
90 
25 
25 
75 



HUSBATO'S FULL MME : Shottmiller, Frank (Franz) 



BIRTH 



DMSEC 



2)MSm 



DEAIl 



I33JAS1831 ELACE. 



AR5VD USA 18^2 



#03O-A 



04APR1864 PLACE 
30irOV1869 PLACE 



20JUI1908 PLACE 



Pfaffenroth, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Gerniany 
Tivoli, Iowa Township, Dubuque County, Iowa 
Holycross, Dubuque County, Iowa 
Masonville, Delaware County, Iowa 
St. Mary's Cemetery, Masonville, Iowa 

Dubuque County 4 1880: Delhi Twp. 3t 1385 Oneida Twp. 



MRIAL: ELA££ 

QIHE^ SESIDEFCES: Uew Vine Twp 

Delaware County, Iowa 
QCCUPATIQgS : Farmer 
MILITARY EECQEH; 

OTHER SPOUSES: D Terrissa Terrier (Ferrier) mother of Joseph, 1st child. 
HIS FATHER: Sc h ott a uUer . Josepl l iSm. MOTHER: Viunz. M^n^ Ann^ 



RELIGIOg : Roman Catholic 



#061 



SECOTTO WIFE'S FULL ?JAWF: Hannan, Mary 'Catherine' #031 

aiEIH: 16DEC1846 ELACE: Centre Township, Dubuque County, Iowa 
I DEAIH: 15DEC1906 ELA££: Masonville, Delaware County, Iowa 
BURIAL: ELAOE: St. Mary's Cemetery, Masonville, Iowa 

OTHER RESTDEiTCES : Holycross, la. 

OCCUPATIONS : Housekeeper RELIGIOff : Roman Catholic 
HER FATHER; Hannan. I^ighflgl m^ MOTHER: Vaiiac^. CathPrine »a63 



CHILDREN/ ♦SPOUSE 



DATE: 



PLACE: 



1 Joseph 

* 

* 



BIRTH 
HARfiD. 
UMQ. 
BURIAL 



2 Catharine Agatha m^?i BIEIIL 

♦ Heffernen, Thomas #«14 MARRD 

* DEAIH 
* BHEIAL 



cl866 New Vine Township, Dubuque County, Iowa 
1906 Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska 



01NOV1870 Earlville, Delaware County, Iowa 
20APR1928 Masonville, Delaware County, Iowa 
25MAR1926 Monti, Buchanan County, Iowa 
St. Mary 's Cemetery. Masonville. Iowa 



Mary 



3. 

♦ Kane, 

* 
♦ 



John 



BIRTH 
MERE. 
DEAIH: 
BURIAL: 



MAR1872 Earlville, Delaware County, Iowa 

cl924 Dubuque County?, Iowa 
MAY1929 Dubuque, Dubuque County, Iowa 
St. Mary's Cemetery. Maso nville. I 



QVfa 



4 Frances M. (Frankie) 
'* Riedy, Austin H. 

* 1875-1959 

*_ 

5 Nellie (EITph) 

* Nolan, Thomas 

* 1873-1957 
* 



aiEiH. 

HARRH 

EEAia 

.BlffilAL 



12JUN1874 Earlville, Delaware County, Iowa 

04FEB1908 Delaware County, Iowa? 

12FEB1940 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 

St. Mary's Cemet ery. Masonville, Iowa 



aiRiii 

MSSR 
DEAIH. 
BURIAL 



01FEB1877 Earlville, Delaware County, Iowa 
15FEB1904 Immac. Conception, Masonville, Delaware Co. 
08FEB1929 Hazleton, Buchanan County, Iowa 
St. Mary's Cemete ry. Masonville. Iowa 



la. 



6 Daniel 

» 



aiEiH. 

DEATH. 
_EII£IAL: 



23APE1879 Earlville, Delaware County, Iowa 
02OCT1887 Delaware County, Iowa 
St. Mary 's Cemet ery. Masonville. Iowa 



..030 Frank Sliottmiller was baptized Franciscus with a Michael Benz serving as one of his 
sponsors at Pfaffenroth an affiliate of St. Peter & Paul Parish at Burbach. 

Frank came to the United States around 1852. Baden had been torn apsu"t by the 
revolution of 1848-49. It had been put down with the help of troops from Prussia with 
many citizens executed, imprisoned, or forced into exile to America. A state af war 
axisted as late as 1851 with the police closing all inns by 10:00 PM. In addition to 
this upheaval, weather played havoc in 1851 with cold & rainy weather preventing the corn 
i potatoe crops from being planted early 4 later being harvested. The following year, 
drought hit 4 the crops again were devastated. Many communities reported beggars 
:logging the streets 3j many resorted to paying the way of the poor to emigrate to 
America. With these problems befalling Baden, it is no wonder that Frank thought that 
America offered better opportunities. 



Shottiniller. Frank (Continued) #03«-B 



I 



. . CHILDREIf QF : 

Frances#030-4-l-San d. ia infancy. . Foster Son: Charles V. Gorman.. 

Reidy 2-Francis A. 1916-1981 m Marguerite Gavin. . 
Nellie #030-5- 1-Rapliael Joseph b.23JUlI190e M/Ville IA d.26SEP1964 Hazleton IA (single) 
Solan 2-Arthur V. b. 26JU]fl908 Ivg 1987 Oelwein IA. . 

3-Mary Catherine b.6FEB1912 Lamont IA Ivg 1987 Oelwein IA 
ml931 Alfred J. Puff (1904-1964) s/o Jos. & Johanna.. 
-l-Thomas J. b.6}tAR1932 (Farming near Oelwein IA) 

-2-Donna J. b. 18AUG1935 (Grad Kercy/Dubuque-Emp HHI Independence IA) 
ml957 James L. 0'Loughlin(b. 1933) Independence IA Postal RR Carrier 
-l-Kichael D. b. 1HAR1958 (Activities Specialist/ Independence IA) 
ml985 Roberta Joan Kimmerle/daughter from prior marriage: 
-Heather Kimmerle age 7 (mother Reg. Jurse MHI) 
-2-Margaret Ellen b. 18APR1959 (UFI GRAD/REG ITurse-MHI Independence IA) 
-3-Timothy John b. 14SEP1961 (Dist MGR Modern Woodmen INS CO Oelwien IA) 
-4-Theresa Ann b. 8JAiri965 (Mt. Mercy Nursing Student C.R. IA) 
-5-Maureen Marie b. lJinfl966(Kirkwood Grad/EMP Carpet King-Marion I A) 
-6-Colleen Kay b. 3JUL1968 (Ellsworth College Student/ Iowa Falls IA) 
-7-Baley James L. b. /d. 10DEC1971 Iowa City lA(Stillborn) . . 
-3-Julie Eliz. b. 13KAR1940 ml977IA Robert J. Sexton(USAF RET) 
Two Sexton stepchildren: 

-Barbara (USAF Russian Linguist Chick Sands England) m Jon Wilder 
-Villiam m Kristine Hendman Ivg Cedar Rapids IA. . 
-4-Catherine b. /d. 7MAY1943 bur. Voodlawn Cem. Oelwein IA 
-5-Michael J. b. 14MAY1944(ISU GRAD/Veterinarian Oelwein IA) 
-6-Richard J. b. 10AMY1947 ml968IA Mary Patratz (Divorced) 

-l-Aii^ Sue b.l7SEP1968 (Senior Williamsburg IA H.S. ) I 

m2 1979IA Mary Jo Corcoran (Ivg Conyers Georgia) 
-2-Christopher John ( TVT¥ ) B. 12DEC1980 
-3-liricholas Allen (ISH) 

(Mary Jo's Children: Kari Corcoran b. 25ADG1972aiRandy b. 11DEC1975) 
-7-John R. b.29MAY1949 (Dairy Farmer Oelwein IA) . . 
4-Thonas Joseph b.9JUL1919 Lamont IA d.AUG1919.. I 

5-Agatha b/d. 10JAIfl921 Hazleton IA. . 

Frank received his U.S. citizenship on August 8, 1859 in City Court at Dubuque in 
Dubuque County, Iowa. In the 1860 Dubuque County (^nsus, he was farming in partnership 
with a Fred Thorman(b. cl831 Prussia). After being married, he farmed in the New Wine 
Township area of Dubuque County till around 1870, when he is found living in the 
Earlville & Delhi area of Delaware County. Sometime after 1880, he moved to the 
Masonville area. 

. . (©3^1) Joseph was born cl866 in New Wine Township of Dubuque County, Iowa. In 
1906, he was living near Omaha, Nebraska on a sheep farm. The reason for the move to 
Omaha may have been because of relatives living there. In the 1885 Earlville IA Census, 
a Hflttie Belle Hoyt, born cl880 in Nebraska, was living in the Frank Shottmiller 
household 4 may have been Frank Shottmiller" s neice. Around 1910, one of his sisters 
travelled to Omaha to care for him & help him recover from pneumonia. He recovered 
Nothing more is known of Joseph. 



1 



I 



Shottmiller, Frank (Continued) #030-C 



.. (030-3) Mary in 1910, was working in her brother-in-law, Austin Reidy's, restaurant in 
Masonville ^ moved to Manchester with the Reidy's where she worked at Stearns 3» 
McCormick's. Perhaps feeling a burden on the Reidy's, she left for Dubuque to care for 
John Kane who was confined to a wheel chair. She shacked her relatives by marrying John 
Kane A helped him run a small store 4 gas station at Key Vest outside Dubuque. Mary Puff 
remembered how this "..very precise 4 trim.." lady had become a 'servant' to John Kane & 
at the funeral of her mother (Sellie d.FEB1929), Mary appeared a changed woman "...shabby, 
tired, 3i evidently not well...". Mary died a few months later in Dubuque 8t her body was 
carried to Manchester for the wake i Masonville for burial in the Reidy lot. John Kane 
may be burried with his first wife at Key West. There were no children from this union. 
. . (030-4) Frances M. Si husband ran a restaurant & boarding house in Masonville until 
sometime after 1910, when they moved to Manchester, Iowa where Frances was an employee of 
the general store of Stearns 3t McCormick. In 1914, Austin became a bridge & building 
carpenter for the Illinois Central Railroad, retiring in 1942. Many of the Catholic 
young people in neighboring towns stayed with the Riedys while receiving instruction for 
the sacraments (including Mary Nolan #030-5-3 & Mary Heffernan #014-2). Son, Francis, was 
manager of the National Tea Store in Manchester. Frances died at her Manchester 
residence: 420 S. Brewer & her obituary stated that she was the last survivor of the 
Frank Sbottmiller fajxily. 

. . (030-5) lellie (Ellen/Alice?) 4 husband farmed in Masonville area until 1910 when they 
bought a farm near Lament lA & resided there till 1920. They then bought a farm one mile 
east of Hazleton lA & resided there. Nellie died in 1929 three hours after being 
stricken with a Cerebral Hemnorrage . Her funeral at St. Mary's in Hazleton was conducted 
by her brother-in-law, Rev. Maurice Nolan. Thomas died in Oelwein lA at Mercy Hospital 
in 1957. 

., (030-6) Qaaifil was born April 23, 1879 in the Earlville area of Delaware County, 
Iowa. He died October 2, 1887 in Delaware County, Iowa. His death was due to either a 
kick from a horse or was run over by runaway horses at age 8. 

SOURCES i Wise INFO : (RVSD 19FEB1997), Io»a Vital Records J Obituaries, Buchanan County Io«a Cemetepy 6ulde, 1869-1925 lA 
Census, Baden Records, Verla Schaefer, Nary Nolan Puff, 



mjf;-B AID'S FULL ?fAWE : Helm, Joachiia Heinrich Theodor 



#«36-A 



aiEiii 



HAfiEJl 



03OCT1804 £LA££ 



ELACE 
1856 ELAilE 



QIHEE. 
nCCUPATIOHS: 
MILITARY E££QEI2 



ELA££ 



Scharpzow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg, Germany 
Scharpzow, Stavenhagen, Mecklenburg, Germany 



Kittendorf, Gi/lzow, 
HTS FATHE R: Helm. Joch. Job. Christian 



#072 



RELIGTOTT : Evangelical Lutheran 
MOTHER: Becker. Christina Waria#073 



VTFF'S FULL gAME : Mahncke, Maria Dorthea Johanna 

Kittendorf, Mecklenburg, Germany 



#037 



aiEIii: 02MAR1807 ELACE 
DEATH: nA£^ 

WRIAL: ELA££ 

OTHER RESIDENCES : 

nCCUPATIQ^fS : 

HER FATHER: Mahncke. Behrens Freiderich 



RELIGIQg : Evangelical Lutheran 
#074 MOTHER: Gil nw. WarTa Dnrthea #075 



CHILDREN/ ♦SPOUSE 



PATE: 



_ELA££l 



I Jnhann Carl miSi RISIH. 

♦ Briiiggiiann, Caroline MAR5D 

* #019 DEAIH. 
* MRIAL 



22DEC1826 Gi/lzow, Stavenhagen, Mecklenburg, Germany 
14JAIF1856 Sulten, Kittendorf, Mecklenburg, Germany 
20FEB1912 Marshalltown, Marshall County, Iowa 
Rowley Cemetery. Rowley. Buchanan Co. . Iowa 



Johann Joachim 
Friederich 



aiEIH. 

DEATH 
B7BIAL 



190CT1828 Gulzow, Stavenhagen, Mecklenburg, Germany 



Johanna Vilhemine D. WL2JK 
Bruggmann, Johann MARRD 
1827GE-1977IA DEAIH. 

See #038 BIIfilAL 



(2)8JAiri831 Gt/lzow, Stavenhagen, Mecklenburg, Germany 

•y. Strawberry Pt. . Iowa? 



pl900 Clayton County, Iowa 
True Cemetery 



Johann Friederich 
Ludwig 



BIRTH 

DEAI2. 
BURIAL 



23FEB1834 Gulzow, Stavenhagen, Mecklenburg, Germany 
27MAR1834 Gulzow, Stavenhagen, Mecklenburg, Germany 
29MAR1834 Gulzow. Stavenhagen. Mecklenburg. Germany 



BIRTH 

MRBH. 

DEAIH. 

_an£IAL 



.CHILDREN QF: 
Vilhemine #036-3-1- 
Briiggmann 

2- 
3- 



See p. 038 



4- 
5- 

6- 
7- 



Frederick b. 27irOV1853GE d. 31MAB1934IA m3JUL1877 Orpha E. Bond.. 

m2 15JA51904 S/Pt lA Lena ? . . . 

Mena b.cl858IA d. pl780IA. . (possible unknown child before Mena) 

Augusta b.cl864IA m Orville Kirkhaa Ivd Chicago area.. 

Augusta's Illegimate son: Bill Gregory wrkd Montana ranches).. 

Lena b. 1869IA ml ? Vantile m2 Allen Brock(no chldrn) Ivd Michigan 

William b.Mayl871IA d. Aitkin Co., M 

ml892 Trace (Theresa) Follman(Fallman)b. 1873IA d. MH. . 

Mary b.cl873 m ? Gibbs. . 

Heinrich Franz Vilhelm b. 19APS1875 Littleport lA d. age 187 



.. (036) Joachim's sponsors at his baptism in Scharpzow on 05OCT1804 were: Jochim 
Friederich Schloze, Sophie Dorthea Becker, & Freiderich Heinrich Helm with Pastor 
Schimidt presiding. 



SOURCES S; MISC INFO : (RVSD 24MAR1987) , Mecklenburg Lutheran Church Records, Mecklenburg 
1819 CENSUS, Viola Sims, Marilyn T. Sims 



mT^AUD'S FULL MME : Bruggmann, Johann Christian 



ElEIH 



C1800 ELA££ 
21JAJri820 ELACS: 



1855?ELA£E 



Mecklenburg, Germany 

Kargow, Federow Parish, Mecklenburg, 

USA 



A5T;VT) USA 185^^ 



#038- A 



Germany 



MMR- 

DEAIH: 

BURIAL: ELACE: 

QIHEE. RESIDENCES: SoLten, 

OCCUPATIONS: Farmer RELIGTOIT : Evangelical Lutheran 

MILITARY RECORD: 1818: With the Mecklenburg Garrison at Rostok 

SPELLIITG VARIATIONS : Brueggemann, Brugemann, 

HIS FATHER: Briiggmann. ?Chr1stnph #076 



WIFE'S FULL lAME : Schmidt, Sophia Christina Carolina 



MOTHER: 



#077 



#039 



BI£IIi:?27AUG1801 ELA££ 
DEAIH: 1855?ELA£E 
BURIAL: ELAC£ 

OTHER RESIPETTCES: 
nccUPATinffS: Housekeeper 
HER FATHER: Schmid t. Johann 



Mecklenburg, Germany 
Atlantic Ocean? 
Atlantic Ocean? 



CHILDRES/«SPOUSE 



RELIGION : Evangelical Lutheran 
#079 MOTHER; 



DATE: 



PLACE: 



1 Maria Dorthea Johanna aiEIH. 



MESH 
DEATH 
BURT AT. 



* 

2 Christina Sophia BIRTH 

* Fredrika Johanna MARRD 

* Bentschnieder, Ludwig DEATH 

* s/Q Joh. Friederlch BURIAL 



24DEC1818 Kargow, Federow Parish, Mecklenburg, Germany 



04APR1821 Mollenhagen, Ankershagen Parish, Mecklenburg 
23FEB1848 Pribbenow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg 



3 Caroline 

* Helm, Johann 

♦ 



#019 BIRTH 



#018 MREE. 
DEAia. 
BURIAL 



20JU1I1824 Mollenhagen, Ankershagen Parish, Mecklenburg 
14JA51856 Sulten, Kittendorf Parish, Mecklenburg, Ger. 
27irOV1904 Rowley, Buchanan County, Iowa 
3Ql!rQV19Q4 Rowley Cemetery. Rowley. Iowa 



4 jQitaan Carl Frsldrlcb BIEIE 

♦ Helm, Minnie MARRD 

♦ See p. 036 LIVTTG 
* BURIAL 



21JAH827 Mollenhagen, Ankershagen Parish, Mecklenburg 

1900 Honey Creek Twp. , Delaware County, Iowa 
prob. died 1900-1904 & bur. True Cem. 5/Pt. TA 



5 Wilhemine Maria 

Catharlna 
♦ ?Lowe, 

» 



BIRTH 
HAEEH 
DEATH. 
BURIAL 



22Jin!ri828 Mollenhagen, Ankershagen Parish, Mecklenburg 



6 Dorthea Friederika BIEIE 

* Albertina «ARRD 

* Lau, Christian T. M. LI71TG 

* 1829GE- ElffilAL 



18JUL1830 Mollenhagen, Ankershagen Parish, Mecklenburg 
10JUL1854 Pribbenow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg 
1880 Volga Twp. , Clayton County, Iowa 



7? JalianB H, 



BIRTH 

UMEE. 

DEATH. 

_SIIEIAL 



. . (038) Johann Christian Briiggmann, wife, Sophia, 8t son, Johann Jr. sailed on 15SEP1855 
from Hamburg, Germany aboard the bark ' Iford Amerika' under Capt. Peters & arrived in Hew 
York City 230CT1855. The ship carried 133 adult passengers plus over 150 children. 
According to family tradition, Johann died about six weeks after arrival in FYC of 
homesickness. A clue to his parents 4 family is found in the Kargow 1819 Census in which 
his first daughter, Maria Dorthea, is found in the custody of a Fritz Briigmann b.0ctl792 
4 his wife Sophia b. 1797 both at Gr. DratowCnear Schlon North of Kargow) - a possible 
brother. 



, Bruggmann, Johann Christian (Continued) #038-B 



. .ChJldren of: 

Johann Jr. #038-4-l-Frederick Carl Heinrich Theodor b. 27U0V1852GE (Illeg. ) d.31MAR1934 

bur. Edgewood lA m3J(JL1877 Strawberry Pt. lA Orpha E. Bond 
(b.AUG1863PA d. 1949) (d/o George ni21907 Micheal Schmock) 
Ti2 15JAJJ1904 Leah ? (d. 10APR1926-inauled by hogs Delhi lA).. 
2-Mena b.cl858IA d.pl880IA.. (may have been another unknown child) 
3-Augusta b.cl864IA m Orville Klrkhan Ivd Chicago area.. 
4-Lena b. 1869 1 A ml ? Vantile m2 Allen Brock Ivd Michigan. . 
5-Villiam b.Kayl871IA d. Aitkin Co. fflJ ml892 Trace Follman(b. 1873IA) . . 
6-Mary b.24Jinri874 d. 7FEB1926 ml Lester Clark m2 cl912 Edward Gibbs. . 
7-Heinrich Franz Vilhelm b. 19APR1875 Littleport lA 
d.cl893 at 18 (bobsled accident/TB of bone).. 
Dorthea #038-6-l-Carl August Friederich b. 25APR1852GE (illegitimate).. 
Lau 2-Henriette (Henry) b. 1853 (on passenger list as Henriette).. 

3-Carl Heinrich Friederich b. 12DEC1855 Pribbenow. . (?Henry b. 1858GE) 
4-Villiam b. cl865IA. . 5-Caroline b.cl866IA. . 
6-Christian b. cl866IA. . 7-Mathias b.cl872IA. . 

. . (039) Sophia died on board the "Hord Amerika" at sea according to family tradition 
although the Captain of the ship did not record such death but could be an omission. The 
Kargow 1819 Census shows only one Schmidt family: Jakob b. 18SEP1757 Schwasdorf /Gr. Dratow 
& his wife, Maria Preston b.28SEP1751 Schlon. A Sophia Schmidt, b.27AUG1801, is living 
with them 4 may be a grandaughter & our #039. 

. . <038-l) Karia Dorthea' s 1818 Lutheran baptismal record recorded her birth as 
illegitimate 4 that father, Johann Christian Briiggmann was serving with the army at 
Rostok. Johann evidently married Sophia Schmidt as soon as he returned from the army. 
Maria Dorthea was separated from her mother, Sophia, & is found in the 1819 Kargow Census 
living with Fritz Brugmann(b. 1792) & wife, Sophia Henf f in(b. 1797) probable uncle & aunt. 
. . (038-2) Christina & husband, Ludwig Johann Ernst Bentschnieder of Pribbenow, may have 
left for Horth America after marriage . There was an August Bent (d)schnieder living in 
Volga Twp. in Clayton Co. lA near the Helms 4 Briiggmanns during the late 1800' s . Some 
sources indicate she may have married a Dittner/Dittmer of Colesburg lA - no evidence. 
. . (038-4) Johann Carl was not married to Vilhemine Helm at the 1852 birth of son, 
Frederick, because the Stavenhagen Lutheran pastor marked the birth as illegitimate 4 
gave Frederick the surname of 'Helm' for his mother which was the custom until 
legitimized by marriage which he never did indicating that they may have been married in 
the United States. He was released from the Army in Mecklenburg in 1855 (copy of release 
on file). At Elkader, Iowa on 19JA51863, he renounced allegiance to the Duke of 
Mecklenburg 4 swore allegiance to the United States 4 was granted citizenship. In a deed 
dated 13MAR1865 he purchased from Micheal 4 Mary Kennedy for $1,375 land in Volga Twp. of 
Clayton County, lA described as E i& SV i* Sec. 19 4 E V4 V i4 SV bounded by the 
Elkader/Littleport road to form 40 acres more or less 4 SV 54 SE i4 E i* (excepting 10 acres 
in SE comer owned by Micheal Maclemare) of Sec. 30 supposed to be 150 acres located 
outside 4 to the North of present day Littleport. On 2JAI1871 John 4 Vilhelmiene 
•Brugemann' (spelling on deed) sold this land for $1,300 to Frederic Peick. Since Vm. 4 
Trace Bruggmann signed for brother Frederich's marriage application in 1904, it can be 
assumed Johann Carl died sometime between his 1900 appearance in the census 4 1904 4 is 
probably buried in the True Cemetery near Strawberry Point, Iowa in a grave containing at 
least nine bodies with a marker reading 'Bruggmann'. 

.. (038-5) Vilhealne, according to some sources may have married a 'Lowe' and lived in 
Elkader I A area - no evidence to date. 



. Brviggnann, Johann Christian (Continued) #038-C 



.. (038-6) Dorthea's husband, Christian Theodosius Martin Lau (b. 101tAR1829 Pribbenaw) , was 

the son of Daniel & Catherine 'Gutschow' Lau of Pribbenaw. They arrived in ITfC aboard 

the "Hhein" on 22SEP1856 with Johann Helm(#018). He was a sponsor at Jane Helm' s(#018-l) 

baptism. 

. . (038-7) Johann H. is mentioned in family tradition as having left Mecklenburg as AVOL 

from his army regiment & may have changed his name. 

mnm % Wise INFQ ' (RVSD 28l1ftR1987), Io« Vital Records, 1870-I92S lA Census, Mecklenburg Lutheran Records I 1819 Census, 

Dorothy Carsner, Viola Sins, Loretta Davidson, flarilyn T, Siis, Nancy K, Clark, 

,,Sarnavillo City Ceaetery in Clayton Co, holds Dorthea Brugeaan(no dates) k Frederick Brugeian d, 10-15-1882 age — 

,,6uttenberg City Ceaetery in Clayton Co, holds Fred, y, Brugesan 1879- 1927,. Sophia Bruggiann b.l846 Prussia a Fred 

Breilsprecher b.l839 Prussia 4 living 1880 in flonona T*p,, Clayton Co,, Ift,. 

,,Herian Brueggeaann's(a proper equivalent for typewriters that do not have a 'u') descendants populated the Petersburg area of 

Delavare County lA I probably are not related because they vere Catholics altho aore research is needed, A Francis Bruggaann 

b,1824GE yas perhaps the first Bruggaann in Io»a h appears in the 1350 Bellevue, Jackson Co,, lA Census 

..Diedrich Bruggaann's fanily appears in the 1360 Clayton Co, lA CensusC relationship unknown). 



(; 



mi^Aim'S FULL TfAME : Hansel Sr. , John 



#«40-A 



BIRTH 



C1805 ELACE 



13FEB1326 PLACF 



16JAiri883 ELA££ 



DEATH 

BURIAL : ELA££ 

QIHEE. REST DEUCES : 1840 

OCCUPATIONS : Farmer 

MTLTTARY ^EODSH: 

HTS FATHER: Hansel. Philip 



Frostburg?, Allegany County, Maryland 

Frostburg?, Allegany County, Maryland 

Mai lory Twp. , Clayton County, Iowa 

Hansel Cemetery, Garber, Clay-ton County, Iowa 

Greene County PA, 1850 : Monongalia County VA(W) 

RELIGION : Dunkard (United Brethren) 
POLITICS : 1882: Democrat 



-Mfl2 KQTHER: Clapsaddle, Hannali 



#081 



VTFE'S FULL NAME : Eckhart, Mary M. #041 

BIRTH : 06MAT1806?ELAC£: Frostburg?, Allegany County, Maryland 
DEATH : 17JUN1893 ELACE: Mai lory Twp. , Clayton County, Iowa 
EIIEIAL.: 19JUN1893 ELAC£: Hansel Cemetery, Garber, Clayton County, Iowa 
ncCUPATTONS: Housekeeper RELIGION : Dunkard (United Brethren) 

HER FATHER: Eckhart. Jnhn 



»<?82 



MOTHER: 



Mary Ann 



_fMa_ 



CHILDREN/ *SPOUSE 



PATE: 



-ELACE^ 12 Children/8 survived 



1 Harriet (Hattie) 
» Lewis, Andrew 
» 18140H-1886IA 



MARRD 

DEATH 

_BIIEIAL 



23DEC1829 Frostburg, Allegany County, Maryland 

pl870 Clayton County, Iowa 
28JUN1885 Osterdock, Clayton County, Iowa 
Lewis Cemetery. Osterdock. Iowa 



2 Philip 

* stone, Alzina 

* 1841NT-1883IA 

* (See #086-1) 



BIRTH 

MRSH. 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



3 Mary W. 

* Zearley, John H. 

* 1828PA- 

* 



EISIH. 
MBSR 
DEAia 
BURIAL 



08MAE1832 Frostburg, Allegany County, Maryland 

27NOV1902 Aberdeen?, Gray's Harbor?, Washington 
Hansel Cemetery. Garber. Iowa 



07Augl836 Frostburg, Allegany County, Maryland 

09JAN1897 Mallory Twp. , Clajrton County, Iowa 
Bethel Cemetery. Osterdock. Clayt on Co. 



Iowa 



4 John V. (Sneezer) 
* Hunt, Nancy Jane 



1845VA-1921IA 
(#094-5-1) 



* 

5 Jacob 
♦ Darrow, 

* 



aiBiH. 

MARRD 

DEAI2. 

.MSLIAL 



N0V1837 Frostburg, Allegany County, Maryland 
24FEB1864 Clayton County, Iowa 
1920 Clayton County, Iowa 
Bethel Cemetery, Osterdock. Clayton Co. . 



Iowa 



mz9 



BIRTH 
lancy B. #«21 MARRD 

DEAIH. 
BURIAL 



25SEP1839 Frostburg, Allegany County, Maryland 
07FEB1867 Clayton County, Iowa 
24NOV1909 Elkport, Clajrton County, Iowa 
Hansel Cemetery. Garber. Iowa 



6 George H. 



* Baker, Mary E. 

* 1843VA-1923IA 

* (See #047) 



aiEIIi 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



02SEP1842 Monongalia County, Virginia (V. 7. ) 
130CT1864 Clayton County, Iowa 
14NOV1908 Guttenberg, Clayton County, Iowa 
Hansel Ce metery. Garber. Iowa 



7 Strother Tndd 



♦ Wolf, Sophrona 

* 1847IA-1934IA 



BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH. 
BTOIAL 



19N0V1844 Monongalia County, Virginia (V. 7. ) 
04JUL1866 Elkport, Clayton County, Iowa 
06MAY1918 Mallory Twp. , Clajrton County, Iowa 
Hansel Ce metery. Garber. Iowa 



8 Sarali Elizabeth ^Sis) 

* Milne, James A. 

* "Duncan" 

* 1850Ny-1Q?8TA 



BIRTH 
HAEEE. 
DEATH. 



Iowa 



07JUL1852 Elkport, Clayton County, 

17FEB1874 Iowa 

07FEB1928 Fredericksburg, Chickasaw County, Iowa 



BURIAL: 0QFFB1Q;?ft R nge Hill Cemetery. Fredericksburg. Iowa 



.. (040) John Sr. 's birthdate in his obituary is given as 1796, yet while living, he 
indicated a date of around 1805. In his dad's estate records, John is listed as a minor 
in 1822, thus I give him a birthdate of cl805. In 1851, John Sr. left Virginia with 
other Hansel relatives from Pennslyvania. They floated down the Ohio River on flatboats 
to the Mississippi & then probably took a riverboat up the Mississippi to Guttenberg in 
Clayton County, Iowa. In a handwritten note of a Mrs. John Smith the Hansels "...had to 
free their slaves when they left Virginia 4 floated down the Ohio River on a flatboat. 
The slaves stood on bank crying & beggin to be taken along with the family, 
family freed them because they couldn't take them into free territory." 



The Hansel 



Hansel Sr. ■ John (Continued) *«Aft-B 

■ ■CHTLDBK-y OF: 

Philip #042-2-l-Allen b.JU]I1859 m Emma Smith<#022-6) Ivg 1925: Edgewood lA. . 
2-Henry b. cl861. . 3-Pliebe b.cl864,. 

4-Emma b. 1876. . 5-Philip b.22FEB1868 d. 1946 m Lil Dinges. . 
6-Elmer b. cl870. . 7-Edward b.cl672.. 

S-Uevada b. 1874. .9-Ella b. 1876 m Kurcua. . 

9-Marsliall b.cl878. . 10-Armenta m Dubois. . 

Mary #«40-3-l-Ida A. b. 1855. .2-Sarah 0. b.cl858.. 
Zearley 3-John J. b. 1864. . 4-Villiam b. cl867. . 

5-Louis A. b.FEB1870. .6-Hattie b. cl872 m Vn. Walthem of Manchester lA. . 
John #040-4- 1-Villiam John b.FEB1866 m Mary Oldham. . 
2-Lyman John b. JAH'1868 m Rosa Borret 
3-Violet b.cl875 m Lewelyn Oldhaa. . 
4-Ellen b. 19JUS1869 d.8DEC1946 m Steven Patrick.. 
S-Minnieb. FEB1879 Asher Swisher. . 
George #040-6-l-John b. 15FEB1866 d.9JAlfl935 m Jennie D. Grace.. 
2-Mary b.cl868 m H. J. (Till) Hannaann. . 

3-Ira A. b. 1869. . 4-Virginia b. 1871 m John Michaels of Owatonna JOT.. 
5-Sarah Jane b.cl873 m Villiam Gray of Hew Hampton lA. . 
6-Realto(ISUJ[) 29MAE1876-22JUiri953 m Katie Feidt (#086-1-7) . . 
7-Son(I2II) d.7APR1876. .8-Japen b. DEC1879 m J. Grace.. 
9-Jesse b.JUL1885 d. 5OCT1940. . 10-George V. b.OCT1890.. 
Strother#040-7-l-John Joseph b. 12JU](ri870 d. 30irOV1870. . 

2-David E. b.23I0V1867 d. 26DEC1946IA m Elizabeth Grace.. 

3-Mary Lorraine b. 11AUG1872 d. 12MAR1956 m Samuel Smith (#022-7) . . 

4-Edith K. b.SEP1875 m Jeff Harbaugh. . 

5-Hevada Jane b. 19AUG1878 d. 10MAY1955 m Lovett Bowmn. . 

6-Alberta Elizabeth b. lKAn882 d. 13AUG1963 m John Gull.. 

7-Otto s. b.APR1888 m Grace Palmer.. 

Sarah #040-8-l-Patience m Whltnable. .2-Hattie m Klotz. . 

Kline 3-Jessie m Ott. .4-Alex H. . . 

5-Kinnie n Hubbard of Poplar MI. . 



A Varren Hansel told Sheila Tomkins in 1978 that John Hansel Sr. had brought two freed 
slaves Kith him to Iowa & two additional names appear on John's tombstone beside wife's - 
ex slaves? 

Some sources indicate that John Sr. purchased 1000 acres of land in Clayton County 
Plat records show that he retained 400 acres near Elkport in Section 7 of Mallory 
Township. John donated some of this land for the Hansel Cemetery near Garber. 

John's property was valued in Census records as: 

-1850VA Real Estate..* 4,420 Personal Property..* 
-1860IA Real Estate..* 1,600 Personal Property..* 450- 
-1870IA Real Estate..* 4,000 Personal Property..* 900- 

As Dunkards, the Hansels believed in baptism by complete immersion in water (perhaps up 
to three times). In a Jennings family history, a baptism is described whereby seven men 
and four women were baptized in Vayman Creek. - . . . the minister. .. stepped off the ice 
into the water. The ice was about 22" thick and he baptized all in that ice 
water. . .chlothes like stiff boards... not a cold..." 

The same history mentions 'Love Feasts' in Hansel's feed barn with women on one side & 
men on the other side of long tables. After Bible reading and prayer, a ceremony was 
conducted of washing each others feet. They then broke bread and wine. After more 

ZlntT !?wonH' ^°T' "? r.''^^^' ^^^^y°^^ ^d all the good beef soup and bread they 
weanted. All good members met their brethren with a holy kiss. These 'Love Feasts' came 
once a year and were a big event. The men wore whiskers and their hair lon^' the women 
wore funny little bonnets with no ribbons, flowers, or jewelry. 



Hansel Sr. , John (Continued) , 



#«40-C 



John Sr. served as co-executor of 1830's John Eckhart's estate (#082) in Maryland 4 
split a $1248.53 fee v/ith brother-in-law, Adam Eckhart. With his wife's SI, 800 
inheritance 4 the proceeds from his own land sales he moved to Greene County, 
Pennsylvania around 1840 & was living near his brother Jacob. Later, he moved to nearby 
Monongalia County, Virginia (V. V. ) . 

.. (041) lary Eckhart's nephew, John S. Bevans, moved to Iowa 4 lived near John & Mary 
Hansel till his death in 1861 (see #082). 

.. <040-l) Harriet seems to have been Andrew Lewis's third wife, whom she married sometime 
prior to 1870. Harriet appears in 1850VA & 1856IA Census with parents 4 in 1870-80 
Clayton Co. lA Census's with husband, Andrew, but her location or marital status between 
1850-70 are unknown. Andrew Lewis came to Iowa cl850 & by first wife Jacqueline (b. 1818VA 
d. 1857IA) had: Harvey (Henry) b. 18410H, Aaron Vance b. 18420H d. 1896IA, Alphius b. 18440H, 
Angeline b. 26FEB18460H m John Schwighert, Lucy b. 18490H d. 1860IA, Andrew b. 1850IA, 
Lucenda b. 1854IA, Alcinda b. 1856IA. Andrew's second wife seems to have been Mary ? as 
indicated in 1360 lA Census although I suspect that she is the one and same Harriet Hansel 
who's baptismal name was probably 'Mary' after her mother. 

.. (040-6) George had suffered for 15 years from bright' s disease. He died while visiting 
Guttenberg on business. His wife & son, George, were summoned by telephone & were at his 
bedside in the Commercial house in Guttenberg prior to his death a at 11:30 PM Friday 
141IOV1908. In his obituary, he was described as a well-to-do farmer in the Garber area 
of Clayton County. 

. . (040-7) Strother Todd was a minister with the Church of the Brethren (Dunkards) 4 
ministered to many of the families in the area. Wife, Sophrona, taught Strother to read 
a write a study the bible. 

.. (040-8-) Sarah Hansel Milne was stricken with appolexy at 4:30AM (7FEB1928) i died at 
2: 15 that afternoon, only a few hours after the death of her husband, Duncan, who had 
died at 12:15AM that morning. Duncan & Sarah(Sis) had resided on a farm 4 miles east of 
Fredericksburg in Chickasaw County. They were survived by twelve grandchildren 4 two 
great-grandchildren. They were members of the Church of the Brethren. Pallbearers 
Included: Ray Vhitnable, Howard Vhitnable, Lloyd Klotz, Edwin Klotz, James Ott, Verner 
Bercherding, 4 Bert Lamka. Grandsons included: Floyd Whitcomb, Herman Klotz, Otto 
Vhitnable, Fred doty, 4 Hugh Adams. 



sniJRr.F!; h mtir tnfp. (Rvsd 1SN0V1986), Allegany Co, «D Vital Records, 1856-1925 lA Census, 1886-1859 HO Census, 1882 J 1984 
Clayton County lA Histories, lA Vital Records I Obituaries, Shelia Toikins, Lorita Paliier, Clayton Co, Ceietery WPA Records 



W<lFT-S 



To TH g /^iSSi"sSl>"X .f rHg*y Took •*/<»»/&«■ eaMTj a<o«.»- H t- o e. i.Ayr»^ coi^mTX. 




HTTSBAITO'S FULL TfAME: Darrow, George V. (Washington?) 



MARRD 
LLOa 



03MAB1815 ELACE 
C1338 ELAC£: 
C1895 PLACE 



Cherry Valley, Otsego County, lew York 
Charlotte, Chautauqua County, Sew York 
Elk Twp. , Clayton County, Iowa 

RTTRIAL : ELACE 

OTHKR RESIDENCES: 1844-64?; Ashtabula County, OH 

nrcnPATTnwS : Farmer 

MILITAEY SECQEI2: 

HIS FATHER: Darrnw. Rii<=;fiPl 



#042- A 



»Q84 



VTFE'S FTJLL SAME: Stone, Ellen AlmiraCAlmisa) 



RKT.TrTTmT; 1895; Dunkard 
PDT.TTTCS: 1895; Democrat 
MOTHER: Eaton. De liverance 



#085 



aiBIS: 17AUG1820 ELAC£: 
DEATH : 275071878 PLACE : 
EHEIAL: PLACE : 



#043 



prob. Preston, Chenango County, Jew York 

Clayton County,. Iowa 

Hansel Cemetery, Garber, Iowa 
OTHER REST DEUCES: Cortland County 4 Chautauqua County, 5.Y. 
OCCUPATIQHS: Housekeepe RELIGIGIT : Dunkard 

HER FATHER: Stone. Andrew '. #086 wother: CranHaii. AurpHa 



CHILDREN/ -tSPQUSE 



DATE; 



#087 



PLACE; 



Urini;>(Ai.rPl1^) 
Enos, George 



BIRTH 

MARED 

DEATH 

.M&UL. 



C1840 Charlotte?, Chautauqua County, Hew York 
12JUL1858 Jefferson Twp. „ Ashtabula County, Ohio 
pl882 



Alfred (C/Var 7pt) 
Lecour, Ellen 
1853irY- 



BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



C1841 Charlotte?, Chautauqua County, lew York 
045071868 Lodomillo Twp. , Clayton County, Iowa 
10FEB1894 Elkport, Clayton County, Iowa 
7naarlred Hansel Cemetery. Garber. Iowa 



wniiaa 



BIRTH 

NASRD 

LI75G 

_EIIELAL 



Charlotte?, Chautauqua County, Jew York 
1882 Per Clayton Co. , lA History 



George Vashlngtnn 
Horton, Juliet 



BIRTH 

MARRD 

LITITG 

_EIZEIAL 



SEP1842 (IIH) Charlotte?, Chautauqua County, Hew York 
25AUG1864 Ashtabula County, OhiodGI) 

1900 Marysville, Union County, Ohio 



Jioliaca. 



BIRTH 

MARSD 

LI7HG 

.EIIEIAL 



SEP1842 (I2II) Charlotte?, Chautauqua County, Hew York 
Single & laborer in Manchester lA 
1880 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 



Eliza 



BIRTH 
MARRD 
LI7HG 
BTOIAL 



cl845 Plymouth Twp. , Ashtabula County, Ohio 
1882 Per Clayton County lA 1882 History 



Callsta 



BIRTH 
MARSD 
DEATH 
BTTRTAL 



pl882 per 1882 Clayton Co. , Ik History 



Ell'^Ti A. 



Ford, Henry 
1843EHG-191?HD 



BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



30JAH1847 Plymouth Twp. , Ashtabula County, Ohio 
26JUL1866 Clayton County, Iowa 
10MAR1924 Ryder, Ward County, Horth Dakota 
14KAR1924 Cleveland. Stutsman County. North Dakota 



lancy K.' rther #021 
Hansel , Jacob #020 



BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
£IIE1AL 



08MAY1848 Plymouth Twp. , Ashtabula County, Ohio 
07FEB1867 Clayton County, Iowa 
02JUL1929 Hew Hampton, Chickasaw County, Iowa 
Q5JUL1929 Hansel Cemetery. Garber. Iowa 



Sylves ter Crandall 
Knox, Louise M. 
1853IL-1938IA 



BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BUI?IAL: 



13AUG1849 Plymouth Twp. , Ashtabula County, Ohio 
15JUL1870 Edgewood, Cla3rton County, Iowa 

1938?Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 
Giittenberg. Clayt on County. Iowa? 



. Darrow, George V. 



(Continued) #042-B 



11 r.hflrlps H. 



»1) Scott, Mary J. 
♦2) Ciui^, Mary 
* 1863- 
» 



ElEIBL : 

WARRD : 1 
MARRD : 2 

LI2B2. : 
RTOIAL: 



cl854 Plymoutli Twp. , Ashtabula County, Ohio 
)31JUJ1871 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 
)18FEB1882 Clayton County, Iowa 

1880 Lodomillo Twp. , Clayton County, Iowa 



12 Julia R. 



»1) Booth, Emery 

»2) Penrod, George 

*3) Eartnan, 

«4) Lewis. Jesse 



BIRTH : C1858 Plymouth Twp. , Ashtabula County, Ohio 
XAERD: l)21JU]!ri871 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 
1CARED:2)21SEP1873 Manchester, Delaware County, Iowa 
DEATH : 05DEC1925 Cedar Rapids, Linn County, Iowa 
BTTRTAT.: Linwood Cemetery. Cedar Rapids. Iowa 



1.T Aimnf^w T.niira 

* 

» 



BIRTH 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



C1860 
pl882 



Plymouth Twp. , Ashtabula County, Ohio 



14_AllJia_ 

* 

» 



BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL; 



Possibly 1860 (Anna & Amanda may be same person) 



.CHTLDRK¥ OF: 

Alfred #042-2-l-Joseph? b. 1870. . 2-Florence b. 1877. . 3-Son d. 1893. . 
Ellen #042-8- 1-Villiam J. b.JUL1867IA m Mary ? Ivg. Ryder ID 1925.. 
Pord 2-Elsina b. 1868IA. .3-John b. 1869IA Ivg Vancouver VA 1925.. 

4-George b.l872IA Ivg Red Deer, Saskatchewan 1925.. 
5-Layfayette I. b.JUL1877IA m Minnie G. ? Ivg Medina 5D 1925.. 
S-Agnes b. APR1880. . 7-Edlth M. b. 5071882 lA m J. B. May.. 
8-Almertie b. JTJL1884IA. . 9-Edward b.I0V1886SD Ivg Leith ITD 1925.. 
10-d. young p. 1900. . 11-d. young p. 1900. . 

Dau. n/name 'Pearl M. ' m ? Yyant of Blooming Prarie MF 1925.. 
Sylvstr #042-10-l-Mary d. young. .2-¥alter. . 

3-Iewell Crandall b. 23MAR1878KS d.5FEB1959IA m Daisy Mae Godden. . 
4-Ieurilla(Rilla) b. 17I0V1879KS d. 1935IA m Ellis Uoggle. . 
5-Emest (T¥II) . . 6-Erwin(TVIF) . . 
Charles #042-ll-l-irellie b.cl870. .2-Melvin b. cl872. . 3-Luela b.cl876.. 
4-Charles b. cl877. .5-Rosetta b.cl879.. 
-l-Cora Penrod b.cl876 m Hels Balke? Racine VI.. 
2-George V. b. 1878 Ivg. Ft. Dodge 1925.. 

3-Iancy Penrod b. 1888 m ? Black & Jacob Ford Ivg Cedar Rapids 1925. . 
-Al Kartnan Ivg Glen Haven VI 1925 listed as son in Julia's Obituary. 



Julia #042-12 
Penrod 



. . (042) George Darrow Sir. moved to the Ashtabula OH area around 1844 where Darrow, Cross, 

4 Stone relatives already lived. In 1864, he left for Iowa where Penhollow, Eaton, & 

Stone relatives had already .settled. His father-in-law, Andrew Stone, may have 

accompanied George Darrow & family because he was living with the Darrows in Lodomillo 

Twp. of Clayton County in 1870. George's Real Estate was valued at $600 and Personal 

Property at $400 in 1870. In 1895, George was living with daughter Hancy Hansel & her 

husband; Jake Hansel (#020) . Place of death & burial are unknown. 

. . (043) Ellen Stone Darrow was 58 yrs, 3 nos, & 10 dys old at death. Of her children, 

Aurllla, (Elista, 4 Amanda Laura were dead by 1882. 

. . (042-1) Urlllia In 1860 was living in Plymouth Twp. of Ashtabula County, Ohio with 

husband, George Enos, who was listed as a laborer. JJothlng more of her is known. 



f 



Darraw, George V (Continued) #042-C 



., (042-2) Alfred, during the Civil War, served as a Private with Company "L" of the 19th 
Regiment of the Ohio Volunteer Militia 27APR-30AUG1861. From 8AUGia62 to 3JU11865 he 
served with Company "K" of the 105th Ohio Infantry St was discharged in Washington, D.C. 
In his pension application(#907627. Cert. #728643) he is described as 5'9%" 4 155# in 
1892. He was granted a $6.00 monthly pension for the rheumatism he said he contracted the 
day he was captured by Confederate Soldiers in December 1862 near Stone Fiver, Tennessee 

(near McMinnville) while an a forage detail. Stripped of his clothing, he was exposed to 
the elements. The Confederates under Gen. Morgan released him in a prisoner exchange 
near Murfreesboro, TU on Jan. 27, 1863. Alfred lost all his upper teeth as a result of 
'bad food' causing scurvy while a prisoner. He 4 family appear in the Manchester, Iowa 
Census of 1880 & in September of that year was working on the Railroad at James River, 
Dakota Territory. In 1891, he was living in Ashland, Ashland County, Wisconsin working 
as a carpenter. Suffering from chronic bronchitis, he evidently moved to Elkport, Iowa 
to be near relatives before he died in 1894. The fate of wife & children are unknown, 
although the Elkader Iowa Register (;?^jmn 893) rppnrt.Pfi: 

"4 horrible accident occurred at Updegraff last Thursday, in which a little boy was 
crushed to death. It seejns that one of Alfred Barrow's boys was playing near the log 
pile at Beddow' s saw mill when the logs rolled A rolled over the bay's head, smashing it 
into a Jelly & killing him instantly. The bereaved family have the sympathy of all in 
their sad affliction." 

. . (042-6) Ellen 4 Henry Ford left their home in Elk Twp. of Clayton Co. , la. for Howard 
City, Miner Co. , South Dakota around 1884. In the 1900 SD Census, Henry is listed as a 
holel keeper. Henry had been born in England in APR1843 4 arrived in the USA In 1846. 
Son, Layfayette, worked in the Howard City pool hall 4 as a bartender in a city saloon in 
the 1910 Census. In 1920, Ellen Darrow Ford travelled from Ryder, UD to Manchester, lA 
to attend Sylvester 4 Louisa Darrow' s golden wedding anniversary. Ellen died of cancer 
of the liver 4 duodema complicated by profound jaundice from which she suffered for about 
four months prior to death. She had lived in Ryder since 1916 4 Henry had preceded her 
in death at Cleveland in Stutsman County, ITorth Dakota. 

. . (042-10) Sylvester in the 1880 Kansas Census was living in Branch Twp. (Peabody) of 
Marion County. In 1910, his daughter, Rilla Darrow Uoggles, traveled from her hoaie in 
Uorth Buena Vista, Clayton County, Iowa to attend the funeral at Garber of her uncle, 
Jake Hansel (#020) . On Sunday 11JUL1920 at Manchester, la., Sylvester 4 wife celebrated 
their golden wedding anniversary with sisters, ITancy, Ellen, 4 Julia, present. Son, 
Uewell, was a mail carrier for 18 years at Elkport in Clayton County, Iowa 4 was a 
construction worker at Manchester 4 Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Sylvester's religion was listed 
as Latter Day Saint (Mormon, Independence, Missouri?). 

. . (042-11) Charles must have divorced Mary Scott because she married (Jeorge Richmond on 
30APR1881 at Edgewood, Clayton County, Iowa (recorded in Delaware county). In the 1885 
Census, Charles's first wife, Mary J. Scott, was living alone in Honey Creek Twp., 
Delaware County, la. with daughters: Jellie Darrow(14) 4 Rosetta DarrQw(6). 
. . (42-12) Julia was living at 544 H Street West in Cedar Rapids, la. at the time of her 
death. She had been a resident of Cedar Rapids for 22 years. Husband, Jesse L. Lewis, 
remarried a Hattie S. ? 4 he died 2JA51944 at 337 Third Ave. S. W. in Cedar Rapids. Her 
first husband may have been Henry Booth vs. Emery. 



mmm % WTJ^r tufH ' (RvsD 03NDVI986), 1882 Clayton County lA History, 1850-1900 OH Census, 1800-70 NY Census, 1870-1900 KS & 
lA Census, Elsie Hallory, Hyra Voss, Rose flele, Ethel Lehian, lA Vitals & Obituaries, 
.,A Nary J, 0arro»(184S-1904) is buried in Oakhill Ceietery, Cedar Rapids, lA. 



HTJSBATO'S FULL MME : Smith, Abijah H. (Abigau) 



#044- A 



EIRIH 



DEAIH 



02AUG1793 ELAC£ 



C1817 ELACE 



13I0V1866 ELAC£ 
EIIEIAL: ELAC£: 
QUffiE. RESTDEWCHS : 1825-28 Clay Co 
ncCUPATIQTTS : Farmer 
HILITAHY SKQfiJi: 
HT5 FATHEH: 



Virginia? 

Kentucky 

Elkport, Clayton County, Iowa 

Mt. Harmony Cemetery, Garber, Clayton County, Iowa 

MO, 1828-35 Pike Co. IL, 1835-41 Jo Davies Co. 
PELTGTmf: Methodist 



IL. 



MOTHT.T?: 



VTFE'S FULL MME : Baldwin, Ruth M. 



#045 



B12JR: 02JUL1797 ELACE 

DEAIS: 27FEB1872 ELA££ 

SUEiAL: ELACE: 

OTHER RESIDENCES : Arrived lA Territory 1841 

OCCUPATIONS : Housekeeper 

HEK FATHER; 



North Carolina 

Elkport, Clayton County, Iowa 

Mt. Harmony Cemetery, Garber, Clayton Co. , Iowa 

1844: Colesburg, Delaware Co. , Iowa 

RELIGIOIT : Baptist for time. 
miHE£j £. 



CHILDEEIf/*SFOgSE 



DATE: 



1 Sarah Emily 

* Shaw, James 

# 1815-1882IA 

» 

2 

* 



EiEia 

DEAia 



-ZLACEj 1830 TL Cpn sus: 4bnys/4gi r1 ■=; 



cl818 Kentucky 
1835 Illinois 
18FEB1902 Mai lory Twp 
Brown Cemetery. Clayton 



Clayton County, Iowa 
Co. ■ Iowa 



ELSIE 
WARRD 

DEAIE 
BURIAL 



» 

3 

» 
* 
* 

4 

♦ 

5 Vinfry ITcHenry #«22 BIRTH 

* Wilkinson, Sarah #«23 MAR5D 

* DEAia 

* EIIEIAL 

6 

# 

♦ 

7 

* 



BLSIE 

MERD. 

DEAIE 

.EIIEIAL 



BIRTH 
HAEEH 

DEAIE 
BURIAL 



09DEC1825 Clay County, Missouri 
06irOV1853 Elkport?, Clayton County, Iowa 
230CT1914 Garber, Clayton County, Iowa 
Mt. Harmony CeiKtery. Garber, Iowa 



BIRTH 

HAEEL 

DEAIE 

.EIIEIAL 



BIRTH 
HAEEL 
DEAIE 
BURIAL 



. . Mcflenry given to Vinfry as a middle name is probably indicative that either Abijah' s 

mother or Ruth's mother was a ' McHenry' . Vinfry passed the name on to son, William 

McHenry. The use of family names as middle names was common by the residents of the 

Appalachian Mountain states 

. . (044) Abijah was living in Kentucky when Emily was born. The 1850IA Census shows a 

Meary Meansley(13) & Elias McGee(10)(in 1856 16IL) living with the Smiths & may be 

grandchildren. In 1850 his real estate was valued at $500. 

..(045) Suth was listed as insane in 1850 Census & as an invalid in 1870. 



FAMILY HISTORY LIBRARY 
35 NORTH WEST TEMPLE 
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 84150 



, Sailth, Abijah H (Continued) #«44-B 



. . CHILDRElf : 

Sarah #044- 1-1- James b. 1837IL d. pl882. . 2-Delilah b.cl841IL m Glawe & John Hook.. 

aiatt 3-Frank. .4-George V. b. 19JUL1845IL d. 20APR1937IA. .(u v.ws^ 

5-Abner b.cl848IL d.pl882.. 
6-Mary E. b.cl854IA d.pl882 m James Hunt. . 
7-Martha E. b. 1859 m Gar hard Harris. . 

8-Emily Jane b.31MAE1862 d.2FEB1914 m Thomas H. Bagby. . 
9-Margaret b.cl869 d. pl882. . Census dates used vs conflicts.. 

. . (844-1) Sarah & James Shaw lived in Galena, IL. in 1845-50, before coming to Iowa. In 
the 1882 Clayton Co. lA History, they owned forty-one acres of land near Colesburg in 
Sec. 32 where they raised stock- Morgan horses (Durhams, Chester Whites, , etc. ) Mr. Shaw 
was a voting Republican & both were members of the Methodist Episcopal Church. 

(RVSO 14N0V1986) 1859-1925 lA Census, 1836 IL Census, 1882 & 1981 Clayton Co,, lA Histories, Ruby Noles, 



HUSBAITD'S FULL MME : Wilkinson, Thomas 



#«46 



BIRTH 



MMD. 



C1806 ELACE. 



C1830 ELA££ 



EiEAIH: C1833 ELACE 
WRIAL: ELACE. 

QIHEE. RESIDEIfCES: 

OCCUPATIOIfS : 

mUIAEl SECQEJi: 

HTS FATHER: 



Pennsylvania 
prob. Dunkard Twp. 
prob. Dunkard Twp. 



See #092 



Greene County, Pennsylvania 
Greene County, Pennsylvania 



RELIGIQg : 



JDIHEE: 



JL 



VTFFV<^ FULL UAME : Hunt, Mat ilde (Sarah) 
ElSIIi: C1810 ELACE 
DEATH : 18SEP1877 ELACE 
aiffilAL: 
OTHER RESIDENCES 



#047 



prob. Dunkard Twp 
Clayton County, 
Bethel Cemetery, 



Hou 

OTHER SPOUSES: 2 
HER FATHER; Hunt 



ELACE 
Morgantovm, W 
sekeeper 
) Baker, Henry 
■ Jonas 



. , Greene County, Pennsylvania 
Iowa, 
Osterdock, Iowa 



#094 



RELIGini: 



MOTHER: Seaton. Jane 



#095 



:H I LDRE!f/ ESPOUSE 



DAT E; 



PLACE; 



i_SacaiL. 



iW2 3 aiEIH. 



♦ Snith, Vinfry I. 
t 



#022 MARRD 
EEAia 
BURIAL 



30OCT1830 Greensboro?, Dunkard Twp., Greene Co., PA. 
065OV1853 Clayton County, Iowa 
21OCT1902 Elkport/Garber, Clayton County, Iowa 
Mt. Harmony Cemetery. Garber. Iowa 



2_nianas 

* Baker, Sarah 
► d/o Sam deed. 
I 



BIRTH 
MEBR 
DEATH. 



C1833 
12FEB1858 
24SEP1924 



prob. Greene County, Pennsylvania 
Monongalia County, Virginia(W) 



Thomas #046-2- l-Arrabel b. 1862VA. . 2-Henry b. 1864VA. . 
3-Daniel b. 1866IA. . 4-Eugenius b. 1869IA. 



. (046) Thomas Sr. according to daughter's, Sarah, obituary died when she was three years 
3ld. Perhaps a coincidence, a Thomas Vilkinson was buried 13FEB1833 at age 27 in the 
/ildwood Cemetery at Villiamsport , Lycoming County, Pennslyvania with military honors. 

f our Thomas, the dates are close but the location is hundreds of miles from Greene 
;ounty although there were many Wilkinsons in Lycoming County. 

. (047) Hatilde after the death of Thomas Sr. moved with Hunt relatives to Morgantown 
irea of Monongalia Co., Virginia(W) in 1834. In 1853, she moved to Iowa with second 
lusband, Henry Baker. 1882 Clayton Co. lA History states that she was born in 
^reensburg, PA but suspect writer meant Greensboro in Greene County. 

. (047-2) Thomas Jr. may have been the same Thomas 'Vilkerson', 18 born PA, found living 
'ith George (080- 1-1) & Elizabeth (Hunt) (094-6) Hansel in 1850 Mallory Twp., Clayton Co. lA 
■ensus. Elizabeth was his aunt. He evidently returned to Monongalia County, Vest 

irginia for 1858 marriage to Sarah Baker & returned to Iowa before 1866. 



lURCES !. IISC INFO ' {21N0V1986) 1882 \ 1884 Clayton County lA Histories, Honongalia Co, klV Vital Records, Lorita Palner 
Jtters, 1879 lA Census, 18ie-40 Sreene Co, PA Census, 



MATILDA'S SECOro lAlfR : Baker, Henry 



BIRTH 



MSRH 
DKATH 



01FEB1792 ELA££ 



18DEC184«) PLACE 



09DEC1873 ELACE 



BilElAL: ELAii^S 

QIH££ RESIDENCES : Moved to Iowa 1853 

nCCUPATIQHS : Farmer 

MILITARY EE£QfiI): 

HIS FATHER; 



Prob. Monongalia County, Virginia(W) 
Morgantown, Monongalia County, Virginia (W) 
Mallory Tvfp, , Clayton County, Iowa 
Bethel Cemetery, Osterdock, Clayton Co. , Iowa 



Hat Direct Ancestor 



RELTGinTT: 



JlDIHEfii. 



JL 



WIFE'S FULL SAME : Hunt, Sarah 'Matilda' 



#047-A 



26SEP1810 ELAQE 



BIRTH: 

CEAIE: 18SEP1877 ELA££ 

WRIAL: ELACE: 

OTHER RESIDENCES : Morgantown, W 

OCCUPATIONS : Housekeeper 

OTHER SPOUSES : 1) Vilkinson, Thomas #046 

HER FATHER: Hunt. Jonas 



Greensboro, Greene County, Pennsylvania 

Clayton County, Iowa 

Bethel Cemetery, Osterdock, Clayton County, Iowa 



RELIGIQff: 



#094 MOTHER: Seatnn. JanP 



_M25- 



CHILDREN/ ♦SPOUSE 



DAlEi 



PLACE: Fi fth child died in infancy. 



1 Mary E. 

* Hansel, George 

* 1842VA-1908IA 

* #046-6 



BIRTH 
MERE. 
DEATH 

.BURIAL 



01 NOV 1843 
130CT1864 
09FEB1922 



Monongalia County, Virginia (W) 

Clayton County, Iowa 

Mallory Twp. , Clayton County, Iowa 

Hansel Cemetery. Garber. Clayton County. Iowa 



2 Virginia 

» Beddow, Michael 
* Tipton 
* 



aiEia 

MSSH 
DEAI2. 
RHRIAL 



1851 Monongalia County, Virginia (W) 
22JAN1895 Clayton County, Iowa 

1923 Iowa 
Bethel Cemetery. Osterdock. Clay-ton Co. . Iowa 



3_Ra£jieJ. BIRTH 

* Bloodworth, Giles MARRD 

* Frank DEATH 
» C1858NE -C1918IA BURIAL 



30JAN1853 
05JAN1882 
03MAS1923 



Morgantown, Monongalia County, Virginia (W) 
Clayton Center, Clayton County, Iowa 
Oelwein, Fayette County, Iowa 
Bethel CoTTiPtPry. Osterdock. Clayton Co, . I 



asa^ 



4 Samuel Ellsworth BIRTH 

* Be vans, Clara Imogene MARRD 

* 1851MD-1922IA DEATH 

* (See #082) EIIEIALi 



15N0V1845 Morgantown, Monongalia County, Virginia (W) 
10NOV1869 Elkader, Clayton County, Iowa 
09OCT1927 Clayton County, Iowa 
Hansel Cemetery. Garber. Clayton County. Iowa 



CHILDREN OF : 
Mary E. #047 
Haass I 



Virginia #047 

Beddow 
Rachel #047 

Bloodsworth 
Samuel #047 



1-1-John H. b. 15FEB1866 d. 9JAiri935 m Jennie D. Grace.. 

2-Mary b.cl868 m H. J. (Till) HannaiaanCHarbaugh?) . . 3-Ira b. 1869. 

4-Virginia b.cl871 m John Xicheals; Owatonna, M. . 

5-Sarah Jane b.cl873 m Vm. Gray; New Hampton lA. . 

6-Realto(ISII) b.29MAS1876 d. 22JUiri953 m Katie Feidt. . 

7-SQn( TVIN ) d.7APR1876. .8-Japen b.DEC1879.. 

9-Jesse b.JUL1885 d. 5OCT1940. . 10-George ¥. b.OCT1890.. 
-2-1-Mary Margaret m Jim Galer. .2) William (Single).. 

3-Ruth d. AUG1932 m Harry Hansel.. 
3-1-Gertrude m ¥ebster; Oelwein lA. . 2-Morton; New Vienna lA. . 

3-Belle m Garlow; Oelwein lA. . 

-4-1-Orpha Imogene b.20OCT1872 d.28JUTI1957 m Ed Borrrett. . 

2-Lettie m Orlo Jencks. . 

3-Charles b.JAN1880 m Mae Jennings.. 

4-Jos. David 16MAT1882-13SEP1945 m Mary Hageman. . 

5-Florence b.JUN1886 d. 1945 m Peter Purman; Garber lA. . 

6-Ada b.JUL1891 m Glen Rldenour; Edgewood lA. . 

7-Hazel b.N0V1892 m William Harbaugh. . 

8-10) [Hattie, Mattie, Ted, Otto d. young (Scarlet Fever)].. 



Hunt, Sarah Matilda & Henry Baker (Continued) #047-B 

. .Vill of Henry Baker : 

"In the name of God, Amen" 

"I Henry Baker of the Township of Mallory County of Clayton and State of Iowa being of 
sound mind and nemory and considering the uncertainty of this frail and transitory life 
do then 4 make ordain publish and declare this my last will and Testament That is to say 
first after all my lawful debts are paid and discharged and all funeral expenses paid the 
residue of Estate Real and Personal I give and bequeath and dispose of as follows To wit " 

"To my Beloved wife the land and appurtenance on which I at present reside on 
situat(ed) in the Township of Mallory and County of Clayton and State of Iowa and this 
forty acres of land situated in Township County and State as foresaid now possesed by me 
during the term of her natural life and after her death to be divided among my heirs as 
follows to wit To my son Samuel E. Baker the farm situated and lying on the Public road 
leading fron Colesburg to Elkader and on which I at present reside on by the said Samuel 
E. BsLker paying to my daughter Mary E. Hansel the sum of one Hundred & fifty dollars 
after or within one year after he comes in possesion of said property and to my two 
daughters Virginia A, Baker and Rachel Frances Baker, I give and bequeath the forty acres 
of land known as the McSpern farm and more particularly described to wit" 

"The Forth East quarter of the South East quarter of Section nineteen in Township 
ninety one Horth of range three and west of the fifth principal maridian to be Equally 
divided between the said heirs as may best suit and I further give the two last named 
heirs one cow and bed. Each share and share alike." 

"In witness whereof I have hereunto subscribed my name and affixed my seal this 28 day 
of May AD 1872" " Henry Baker " 

Witnessed: Daniel Rininger & Jabez D. Beyer. . 

. . (M7-3) Sachel was only 3 months old when she arrived in Iowa in 1853. A member of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church (1893-1923), she died at the horns of her daughter, Gertrude 
Vebster, in Oelwetn, Iowa. 

. . (M7-4) Saauel was about 80 yrs. old at time of death at the home of daughter, Florence 
Purman, near Guttenberg. His obituary described him as "...upright and honest citizen, 
true friend and neighbor, always ready to lend a helping hand, wherever it was needed.." 
Vife Clara I. Sevan's father, John S. , was the great-nephew of Mary Eckhart Hansel (wife 
of John Hansel Sr. #040). John S. 's father, Samuel, had married Mary Eckhart Hansel's 
sister. (See John Eckhart's group sheet for more information; #082). 



SDURCES i niSC IWFD: (RVSD eiJANI987), 1984 Clayton Co, lA History p,33, 18S6-192S lA Census, Honongalia County, klV Vital 
Records, Lorita Palter, 



Hng^AITO'S FULL MXE: Gaffney, Edward 



#048-A 



RIT?TH 



MA55D 
LIVTTG 



C1772 PLACE 



C1805 2LAC£ 
1821 LLZIG. 



ELAC£ 



Ireland 
Ireland 
Mt. Hugent, Kilbride Parish, County Cavla, Ireland 



COMK SESIDEJCSS: 

QCCUPATIQ:frS : Laborer 

WTLTTARY RECQEH: 

S7ELLIIG DT?i;tvaTTVKS: Caulfield, Mac Carrghainhna(MacCaron) , 

OTHER SPOUSES : 

HIS FATHER: MOTHER: 



SELIGI05: Roman Catholic 



WIFE'S ETn.L TTAME: Gowney 
BIRTH : C1780 PLACE 

LIYIQ: 1821 PLACE 

BE^LAL: PLACE 

OTHER RESIDEJfCES : 
QCCUPATIQHS : Housekeeper 
OTHER SPOUSES : 



Mary 

Ireland 

Mt. ITugent, Kilbride Parish, County Cavin, 



#049 



Ireland 



RELIGIQJ : Roman Catholic 



HER FATHER: 


Govmev. ? 






#098 MOTHER: ? . Elinor #097 


:HILDREig/*SPOUSE 






DATE: 


PLACE: 




I Henry 






. BIRTH, 
MARSI? 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


cl806 


Mt. Sugent, Kilbride Parish, 


County Cavin, Ire. 








5 Catharine 






. BIRTH 
MASRJJ 
DEAIBL 
BURIAL 


C1809 


Mt. Uugent, Kilbride Parish, 


County Cavin, Ire. 








5 Terrenes 




#024 


. BIRTH 
HARED 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


APS1813 

MAS1838 

31JAS1904 


Mt. Sugent, Kilbride Parish, 
lew York City, Jew York 
Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, 
Vood national Cemeterv. Milw 


County Cavin, Ire. 


f Mahon, Ann 




#025 


Wisconsin 
aukee Co. , Vise. 


I Patrick 






. BIRTH 
31ARRD 
LIYTfG 
BURIAL 


C1816 
1880 


Mt. Uugent, Kilbride Parish, 
Manchester, Delaware County, 


County Cavin, Ire. 








Iowa 


i Eleanor 






. BIRTH 
MARSH 
DEATH 
BUI?IAL 


C1821 


Mt. JJugent, Kilbride Parish, 


County Cavin, Ire. 
















. BIRTH 
MARRD, 
DEATH 
BURIAL 

















(048-4) Patrick in the 1860 Adams Twp. Del. Co. lA Census had a farm valueci at $500. In 
he 1870 Prarie Twp. Del. Co. lA Census he had Real Estate valued at $900, Personal 
iroperty at $250 (described as a corn lot farmer) 4 the Peter Smith family also living 
'1th him. II 1880, Patrick was living as a boarder with niece Anna F. Gaffney in 
Manchester, Iowa. 

. (097) Eleanor Gowney in the 1821 Cavin Co, IR Census is listed as mother-in-law, living 
'ith Edward Gaffney' s family, age 60, thus born cl761. Eleanor Gowney' s husband is 
bsent and probably deceased by 1821. 

.1821 Census also lists two other Gaffney families living nearby Edward and were 
ossibly brothers: Charles Gaffney, 46, with daughter Eleanor, 19,4 son, Edward, 6, with 
o living wife. Also nearby: Thomas Gaffney, 47, sons: John, 7, 4 Bryan, 5, again no 
Iving wife. In addition there were dozens of Gaffney families in Cavin County. 



i 



, Gaffney, Edward. 



(Continued) #048 



SOURCES i HISC INFO: (RVSO 27nflR1987) 1821 County Cavin Ireland Census, Ift Census, 161, 

,,1922 Dublin fire at Ireland's Record House destroyed uost of the records which would have made it possible to 

expand on this line, 



,,SoBe Cavin County Saffneys were sent to Australia penal colonies as soldiers or convicts in the 1780-1860 
period i no doubt soae voluntarily nigrated, Sone nay have left Australia for California during the Qold Rush 
after 1848, 

..Scribner's "Concise Dictionary of Aaerican Biography", p,412, refers to Margaret Saffney Hughery, b,cl814 
Cavin Co,, Ireland d,1882 New Orleans, LA, She arrived in the USA around 1822, Uith husband, operated dairy & 
bakery in New Orleans, She was noted for her philanthropy in establishing & maintaining three orphanages for 
600 kids & numerous other charities - possible niece of Edward & cousin to Terrance(#024), 
,, Prior to 18S6 in Delaware Co, lA land records, a Peter Saffney appears with Patrick & Terrance, but seems to 
have departed by 1856, In 1900, a Peter Saffney b,JUL18S6IA was living on A Ave in Cedar Rapids lA i a Peter 
Jr, b,1888IA was living in Fremont Twp,(N, of Winthrop), Buchanan Co, lA, The latter descends from; 
Phillip Saffney b,1833 fit, Nugent, IR d,19l1AR1903 flasonville lA 
(probable cousin or nephew to Terrance & Patrick) 
m Catherine Kane, b,Co. Sligo IR d,8nAR1895 Rasonville lA & had children ; 

I.Nellie b,c1861 Dubuque Co. lA (may be Ellen bur, nasonville d.1920),. 

2. James b,1862 Dubuque Co, lA d,1936 Uinthrop lA n Bridget 7 (1865-1946) 

3. Peter b.c1868 Dubuque Co, lA Ivg 1885 Masonville., 

4. Kate b,c1870 Delaware Co, lA Ivg 1885 nasonville,, 

5, Nary b,cl873 Delaware Co, lA Ivg 1885 nasonville,, 

6, Sally b,c1875 Delaware Co. lA Ivg 1885 nasonville., 

7. John b.c1878 Delaware Co. lA Ivg 1910 N, of yinthrop lA,. 

8, Bridget b.clBBO Delaware Co, lA Ivg 1885 nasonville,, 
..Living in Dubuque lA in 1860 were John Saffney b,c1834IR a nary ? (b.l836IR) & children; Ellen b,c1855PA & 

John b,c1859rA Nearby was John Saffney b,cl820IR n nargaret ? (b.clBISIR). , 

,, Terrance Saffney lived in Rhode Island in early 1840's & other Saffneys in the area included from the 
Providence & N, Providence 1850 Census; 

James Saffney b.c1808IR m Bridget ? Timothy Saffney b.clSIOIR m Ann 7 

12JAN184S, Ann Saffney m Richard Hagner,. 

27N0V1849, Francis Saffney m Bridget Sallagher at Providence., 

16AUS1846, nicheal Saffney ■ Bridget Oonahoe at Providence,. 



mJSBAFD'S FULL MME: Connery (Conry) , Simon 



aisiii 



MAS5D 
OKATH 



C1795 £LA££ 



2U£R 



08APR1855 PLACE 



EimAL: 

mSER KESIDENCES: 

nCCUPATIQSS : laborer 

KILITASI mODM: 

HIS FATHER: 



County Vaterford?, Ireland 

County Vaterford?, Ireland 

Easthampton, Hampstiire County, Massachusetts 

?Catliolic Cemetery, Sorthampton, Massachusetts 

RELIGTOTT : Roman Catholic 



#052-A 



VIFE'S FULL ?TAME : Lahy(Lahey) 
aiEIK: ELACE: 

DEAIfl: PLACE : 

SII£1AL: ELAi:^: 

OTHER RESIDENCES : 

QccgpATipys.- 

HER FATHEE; 



Mary 



JSmSERi. 



#053 



RELirrinW: 
MOTHER: 



Roman Catholic 



CHILDREN/ *S?OUSE 



DATE: 



PLACE: There may be additi onal children! 



IJLALLcfi. 



♦ Slattery, Timothy 

* 1829 IR- 

* 



inm. 

_miEIAL 



2_£aJxi£j£ ElSia 

» Vhalen?, Ellen MEEJi 
* 1826IR-1890MA DEAIH 
» d/o Thns. A Kll,^Ti BURIAL 



1828 County Vaterford?, Ireland 
C1849 
I860 Easthampton, Hampshire County, Massachusetts 



C1830 County Vaterford?, Ireland 
cl854 Massachusetts 
20JA51890 Uorthampton, Hampshire County, Massachusetts 

Easthampton?. Hampshire C ounty. Massachusetts 



3_IaJuL 



ja2fi_ aisia 



♦ Vhalen, Mary 
* 

* 



#027 MKRd 
DEAIE 
WRIAL 



JA51832 County Vaterford, Ireland 
30AUG1857 Uorthampton, Hampshire County, Massachusetts 
27MAR1904 Masonvllle, Delaware County, Iowa 
EflM 12 St. Mary's Cem etery. Masonvllle, Iowa 



4_SiinQii ELLBIH. 

♦ Connelly, Catherine MSSH 

♦ DEATH 
* BUfilAL 



C1835 County Vaterford?, Ireland 
cl859 Hampshire County?, Massachusetts 
310CT1885 Easthampton, Hampshire County, Massachusetts 



5 .Elian. 



MEEJD: 
IITSQ 



C1838 County Vaterford?, Ireland 
I860 Easthampton, Hampshire County, Massachusetts 



6 Mary 

» Hic]£ey, Edward 



C1842- 
s/o David A 



Wary 



MESH. 
LIYIfQ 



C1843 County Vaterford?, Ireland 
25DEC1863 Northampton, Hampshire County, Massachusetts 
1880 Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts 



EIEIH. 

HAEEIl 

DEAIfi. 

.MElALi 



. . (052) Simon Sr. died of dysentary at the age of 60. He and most of children died with 
name spelled 'Connery', however son, John, chose the spelling 'Conry' which may have been 
the original spelling. According to son, John, they all came to the USA in 1840, but I 
tiave not found them in the 1350 US Census i suspect the arrival date was after 1850. 
. . (052-1) Alice 4 husband were farming near Easthampton, MA in 1860 Census with a farm 
valued at $1200. 

. . (052-2) Patrick died of a severe case of congestion of the lungs. In 1870, he was a 
farmer near Easthampton with real estate valued at $5500. 

. (052-4) Simon Jr. died at the age of 50 of heart disease. 

. (052-5) Ellen was living with Simon Jr. in Easthampton MA 1860 Census. 

. (052-6) lary was living in Amherst, MA St David in Vhately, MA at the time of marriage. 



, Connery (Conry) , Simon (Continued) #®52-B 



■ CHILDREg QF : 

Alice #052-l-l-Mary b. cl850KA. . 2-Ellen b.cl852MA. . 
Slatterlv 3-Julia b. cl854. . 4-«argaret b.gl856.. 

5-TiJxithy b.cl858MA. .6-James (ISII) b. 7Jinri860. . 

7-Alice (ISlfi). . 
Patrick #052-2- 1-Thonas b. cl855MA. . 2-Mary b.cl857.. 

3-Ellen b.clSSSMA. . 4-Margaret b.cl859MA.. 

5-SiiBon b.clSeiKA. .6-Alice b.cl863.. 

7-Joliii b.AUG1867MA d. 15JAiri876MA 
Simon #052-4-l-Siiiian b. 16DEC1859I[A. . 

2-Tlionas b. 17MA11861. . 3-Margaret b.cl871MA.. 

4-Kflte d.26MAY1875?[A ©8yrs linos . . ?-others 
Mary #052-6- 1-Unknovm. .2-Siiiion b.irOV1865 m ?Mary Conley Ivg 1900: Milford MA 

HJckey 3-Mary b. cl868MA. . 4-Margaret b.cl870MA. . 

5-Edward W. b.0CT1872MA m Mary A. Griffin.. 

6-Tlionas H. b.JU51877 Ivg vrtth Ed in Hadley in 1900.. 



SOURCgS ii HTSC mn- (RVSO e3DEC1987), 1869-199e flA CENSUS, Easthaiplon HA Vital Records LDSI 2SSi2, Northaaplon HA Vital 
Records LOSt 9186161-3, 

,,1999 HA Census; Siion P, Hickey b,M0V1865HA (34) at #72 Pine St, Bilford To»n, Worcester County, HA »ith »ife «ary Conley i 
faiily including i/in/la*; Joanna Conley (65). Also in Hadley Town, Haiphsire County, HA; Siion Hickey b,HAR1868nA living »ilh 
brother & his «ife, Edvard t Hary, along «ith other brother, Thoias, 

..Possible brother to Siton Sr, is the John Connery b,cl89«IR d,2APR1888 Hanchester lA i i Jane ' , Children included; 
Hargaret Roach b,1831IR Ivg Hanchester 1891,, .Hanora Bro»n b,1836IR Ivg Hudson lA 1891,, 
Kate Cassady b,18i2IR Ivg Ackley lA 1891.., Bridget Flynn b,1849IR Ivg Hudson lA 1891,. 
Hary Berry b.lBSl Ivg Sioux City lA 1891. ..Ann O'Roark b,1854 Ivg Chicago IL 1891... 



mSBATO'S FULL MME : Vhalen, Phillip 



#054- A 



SISIH 



MMD. 



ELACE 



ELACE 



DEAIii: PL ACE 

BUPIAL : ELACE 

OTHER RESIPSITCES: 

QCCUPATIQgS : 

MILITARY SECOm: 

HIS FATHER; 



RELIGIQI : Roman Catholic 



MOTHER; 



HFE'S FULL lAME : 
BIRTH : 
DEAIS: 
SIIEIAL; 
OTHER RES I DEUCES ; 



#055 



ELACE 



ELACE 



ELACE 



OCCUPATIOIfS: 










RELIGIOU: Roman Catholic 


HER FATHER: 










MOTHER: # 


:hildreii/ 


♦SPOUSE 






PATR 




PLACE: 


'. Catieri 


ae 




BiEIIi 




cl824 


County Vaterford, Ireland 








MAEEH 














DEAIii 














BURIAL 








3 Peter 






aiEia 




C1825 


County Vaterford, Ireland 








MEED. 














inm. 




1860 


Prarie Twp. , Delaware County, Iowa 








BURIAL 








3 lary 




#027 


aiEiH. 




cl831 


County Vaterford, Ireland 


* Conry, 


John 


#026 


MESD. 


30AUG1857 


Horthamptan, Hampshire Co. , Massachusetts 








ElEAia 


17JUI1885 


Masonville, Delaware County, Iowa 


kit 






BURIAL 






St, Mary's Cemetery . Masonville. Iowa 


1 Hanora 






EIEIH. 




C1834 


County Vaterford, Ireland 


* Keaton, 


Patrick 




MEEH 


01J[AY1870 


Buffalo, Delaware County, Iowa 


» C1820IS- 




LI VUG 




1880 


Coffin's Grove Twp., Delaware County, Iowa 








BURIAL 








5 Jane 






aiEiH. 




C1838 


County Vaterford, Ireland 








Msm 














DEAIE. 














BURIAL 














aiEia 














MSm 














DEAia 














BURIAL 














aiEiii 














Msm 














DEAIH. 














_BIIEIAL: 









■.30MAY1849, Catherine, Mary, Jane, & Hanora arrived at Uew York City aboard the ship 
"Rosetta". Did their parents precede them or perhaps die in the potato famine? A search 
of the 1350 Census may have the answer. 

•Hanora in 1860 was living with John & Mary Conry near Masonville lA. Keaton is also 
spelled 'Keating' on marraige record. John 'Connery' testified as to her age 8t Rev. Alex 
Mongan performed the marriage. Patrick did not have any living children in 1870 & 1880 
census & could not be found in Iowa Census for 1900. 



SOURCF^ u HT^r mn' (RVSD 16AU61987) lA Census, NYC Passenger Arrival Records, Iowa Vital Records, 

,,In the 1860'5 i 70's, a Patrick 4 Mary Hurley UhalendJhelan) lived in the Jesup k Independence areas of Buchanan County, 

Iowa,, 






2rR£Lf^AJd 

Com A/T"/e"s 
















Gof-Ajvv eon. « <i£">=oAE i.e>)U/«jC 
<->. S /^ /•J ' «'30 '.S 



^Cjft C <)W i^ D<9 



HTJSBATO'S FULL ^TAWE: Heffernan, (John?) 



#«56-A 



btt;th 



MEED. 

inm 



ELA££ 



ELACE. 



1847 PLACE 



EMIAL: ELACfi 

QIHES. RESIDENCES : 
OCCUPATIQIS : 
WTLITARY EEQDED.: 



Toml (f ) inlough Parish, County Clare, Ireland 



RELIGIQ5 : Roman Catholic 



HIS FATHER: 


MOTHER: 


# 


VIFE'S FULL Um-. ? 




#057 


aifilfi: ELACE: 






DEAIH: ELAC£: 






?VRI/^T,: PLACE: 






nTHEP RESTDETTCES: 




QCCUPATIOSS; 


BELlQim- 




HER FATHER: 


MOTHER: 


* 



r.HTLDRETT/ ♦SPOUSE 




DATE: 


PLACE: 




1 Patrick 


. BISTH, 
]1ARRD 
LYIIfG 
BURIAL 


C1815 
1865 


Ireland 

Scipio, Cayuga County, 


I. Y. w/bro. Thomas 


2 manias 

♦ Lynch, Elizabeth 

* #058-1 


. BIRTH, 
HARED 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


C1824 

C1849 

1869 


Ireland 

Jew York 

Scipio, Cayuga County, 


Few York 


3 Rnger #«28 
» Lynch, Johanna #029 


. BIRTH 
MRRD 
DEATH 
BUIJIAL 


MAR 1829 

1855 

04«AY1903 


County Clare, Ireland 
Auburn, Cayuga County, 
Monti, Buchanan County 
St. Patrick's Cemeterv 


Sew York 
Iowa 
Monti. Iowa 




. BIRTH, 
KARRD, 
DEATH 
BUPIAL 






. BIRTH 
MARRD, 
DEATH 
BUEIAL 






. BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 






. BIRTH, 
MARSD 
DEATH 









BURIAL: 



• . (056) John is the probable head of this Heffernan family because both Thomas 8k Roger 
named their first sons; John. This is probably the same John that in 1847 was paying 
rent of jtl.10.0 on two acres of land to Lord Inchiquin of Tomlinflon Parish in Clare 
County. Other possible relations in nearby parishes in the 1847 tax records include: 
Richard Heffernan living in Doora Parish & Patrick living in Templemaley Parish. 

Hef fernans(Hif fernanes) originally populated the area around Corofin in Clare County. 
Most Heffernans are now most frequently found in the Counties Limerick & Tipperary. Our 
line probably descend from a Miles Hiffernane who was listed in the 1659 Clare County 
Census St is found living in Derrymore Twp. of Tomgrany Parish with sons: James, John, 4 
Roger. Distinquished Heffernans include: Aeneas 0' Heffernan, Bishop of Emly, 1543-1553, 
& William Dall 0' Heffernan(1715-1802) , Gaelic Poet. Also Dr. Paul Hiffernan (1719-1777) , 
the dramatist. The prefix '0' has been dropped in modern times. 



, Hef f ernan, (Joliii) (Continued) 



#056- B 



XHILDRES QF: 
Thonas #058-l-John b. 1850irY m Mary Ann Gillespie.. 

2-Thonias b. 185 IF? d. 1862irY. . 3-Hargaret b. 1853.. 

4-Bridget b. 1855irY. . 5-Ri chard b. 1856NY. . 

6-Andrew b. AUG1859irY. . 7-James b. IseilTY d. 1863irY. 

8-Catherine b. 1864irT. .9-Patrick b. J[AR1866irY. . 
10-Mary b. KAR1868FY. . 



..An Andrew Heffernan b. 1835IS d. 10JA51900 m Elizabeth & James Heffernan b. 1840IR 
d.21DEC1916Fy m Elizabeth were also living in Cajruga Co. from 1860 on & may be brothers 
to above. 

. . (058-1) Thoaas on 230CT1852 in County Court of Cayuga County at Auburn renounced 
allegiance to Great Britian & announced his intention to become a U.S. Citizen probably 
in anticipation of owning land. On 120CT1855, Timothy Quinn & Danne? Regan swore that 
Thomas Heffernan had been in the United States for at least five years & he was granted 
citizenship in Cayuga County Court. Son John & his wife, Mary Ann Gillespie, were the 
parents of Bernard Leo Hef f ernan (1883irY-1928IL) who served as a priest in the Rockford, 
Illinois Roman Catholic Diocese at Galena, Rockford, & Sandwich from 1914 to 1928 & 
officiated at many of the funerals in Iowa of the children of Roger Heffernan. 



SOURCES i HTSr THFH- (RVSD »8AU61986) 1849-1919 NY CENSUS, Hallie Sveeting, 







OmT-WSaV 



JC/\£lj^^~j^ 



miSBA^TD'S FULL MME : Lynch. John 



AERVD USA 1836/7 



aisiii 



MEEI2 
DEAIH 



C1798 ELAC£ 



#058-A 



C1828 ELACE, 



12FEB1853 PLACF 
EMIAL:Sec I T#5 ELAC£ 
QliJEE. RESIDENCES : Canada 
OCCUPATIQIS : Farmer/ landowner 
JILLIIMl SE£Q£I2: 
HIS FATHER; See »U6 



County Cork, Ireland 

County Cork?, Ireland 

Ledyard, Cayuga County, New York 

North Street Cemetery, Auburn, Cayuga County, New York 



RELIGION : Roman Catholic 



KQTHER; 



VI F E'S F UL L U^: Curtin, 
aiEIH: 1805 ELACE: 
DEAIH: 20JAN1883 ELACE: 
EMIAL: ELACE: 

OTHER RESIDENCES: Canada, Name also spelled 'Curtain' 
OCCUPATIONS: Housekeeper RELIGION 

HER FATHER; See »nfl MOTHER: 



Margaret C. 

County Cork, Ireland 

Scipio?, Cayuga County, Hew York 

St. Bernard's Cemetery, Scipio, New York 



#059 



Roman Catholic 



CHILDREN/->SPOUSE 



DATE; 



PLACE: 



1 Elizabetli BIBIR 

* Heffernan, Thomas MARRD 

* 1824IR-1869NY DEATH 

* BUEIAL 



01MAR1829 County Cork, Ireland 

cl849 Cayuga County, New York 
09JA51908 Sherwood/ Scipio, Cayuga County, New York 
St. Bernard Cemet ery. Scipio. New York 



2JSax:^ 



* Murphy, 

♦ 



EIEIE 

MAEEE. 

LLZSG. 

JBMIAL 



C1832 Canada/ Ireland? 
1853 Wisconsin 



3 Hanora 

« 



MBSH 

DEAI2. 

JSHRIAL 



4 .TnhanTia 



#029 



aiEia 

* Heffemen, Roger #028 MEED. 
» DEATH 

* B2EIAL 



180CT1836 Canada 

cl855 Auburn, Cayuga County, New York 
21AUG1899 Monti, Buchanan County, Iowa 

Lot 16 6 St. Patrick's Cemetery. Monti. Iowa 



Margaret 



5. 

* Murphy, William 

♦ 1839IR-1913IA 



aiEIii 

MSSR 

DEAia 

.iHBIAL 



05AUG1837 Auburn?, Cayuga County, New York 

cl868 Cayuga County, New York 
20DEC1910 Liberty Twp. , Buchanan County, Iowa 
22DEC1910 St. John Cemetery, Ind ependence, Iowa 



6 Helen (EITpn) 



* Single 

* 



DEATH 

.EnsiAL 



1844 Ledyard, Cayuga County, New York 
1924 Iowa 
St. John Cemetery , Independence. Iowa 



7 James 

* ? , Ellen 
» 1842 IR- 

♦ 



MEED. 
LIYNG 
BURIAL: 



1844?Ledyard, Cayuga County, New York 

cl868 Ledyard?, Cayuga County, New York 

1880 Ledyard, Cayuga County, New York 



.... (058) John may or may not have land in Wisconsin, however many Ljrnch's & Curtins 
settled in Washington Co., Wisconsin. 1840 NY Census shows John 'Linch' & family living 
near the State Prison in Auburn, Cayuga County. 

..(058-1) Elizabeth Heffernan's grandsonCson of John), Bernard Leo Heffernan (1883-1928) , 
became a priest & served the Rockford, Illinois Roman Catholic Diocese 1914-1928 at 
Galena, Rockford, & Sandwich, Illinois. Father Heffernan officiated at several of the 
funerals of the children of Roger & Johanna Heffernan (See#028). 



Lvnch. .TnhTi (CoTltl Tiued) , • ■ ■ , »Q58 -B 

■■CHILDREN OF: 

Elizabeth #058-1-1-Jolin b.clSSOFT m Mary Ann Gillespie 
Heffernan 2- Thomas b. 185 IF? d. 1862FY. . 3-Margaret b. 1853inr. . 

4-Bridget b. 1855inr. . 5-Richard b. 1856irY. . 
6-Andrew b.AUG1859 d. ISeOITY. . 7-James b. 1861 d. 1863Fr. . 
8-Catherine b. 1864. .9-Patrick b. 1866. . 
10-Kary b. 1868. . 
Margaret #058-4- l-Margaret (ISII)b. JUliri869FY d.3FEB1913IA m Michael Kelly.. 
Murpiu. 2-Julia <I2II) d. 29SEP1931IA 

3-Mary b.cl870rr. . 
4-John b.lSriF? d.l929.. 

S-Villiam b. 1873irY d.6FEB1925 (WI VET) m Mary ? .. 
6-Charles b. 1875Fr d. 1940IA m Alice ? 
7-Richard b. 27DEC1876irT d. 10MAR1958IA (lansignor) . . 
8-Ellen(Ella) Agnes b. 19MAY1878]ifY d.8SEP1847.. 
James #058-7-l-John b. 1869F5r. . 

2-James b.FEB1875]in 1900 : Inmate FT State Prison; Auburn.. 

. .¥ill of John Lynch -1852- Cayuga County, Hew York: 

"In the nane of Sod, Amen, I, John Lynch, of Ledyard in the County of Cayuga, and the State of New York, of 
the age of fifty four years and being in sound mind and ueinory, do make, publish, and declare this my Last Will 
and Testament in manner following, that is to say First I give and bequeath to my wife Margaret C, Lynch, all 
that tract or parcel of land situated and described as follows, being the West half of the South East quarter 
of section six in Township nine North of Range eighteen East in the District of Land in the State of Wisconsin 
containing eighty acres, it being the sane tract granted to ne by the United States of America, and recorded in 
the General Land Office Volume 39, page 494, Also that other tract or parcel of Land situated and described as 
follows being the Northwest quarter of section (?) Township Nine, North of Range Eighteen East in the District 
of Lands in the State of Wisconsin, containing forty acres, it being the same tract granted me by the United 
States of America and recorded in the General Land Office in Vol, 39 page 590, And Lastly , 1 give and bequeath 
all my personal estate, goods and natters of whatever value or kind or name forever to my wife said wife, 
Margaret C, Lynch, whom I appoint ny sole executrix of this my last Will & Testament, hereby revoking all 

former wills by me made in whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the fifth day of November in the 

year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and fifty two, 

WITNESSES; John Anthony & Abner F, Gifford of Ledyard " John /l.vnrh " 

..16APR1853, Court proceedings were begun in the Cayuga Co. Surrogate's Court to prove 
the above will. Adult daughters, Mary Murphy of Wisconsin & Elizabeth Heffernan of 
Scipio were issued a summons. For the children who were underage minors, Margaret C. 
Lynch agreed to have Edwin MarloTi serve as guardian for Hanora, Johanna, Margaret, Helen, 
& Janes. 

. . <058-4) Kargaret's husband, Villiam Murphy, preceded his family to Buchanan County, 
Iowa, where In the summer of 1880 he stayed with brother-in-law, Roger Heffernen, until 
70CT1880, when he purchased 87i6 acres of land in Sec. 15 & 22 of Liberty Twp. from Amanda 
Bailey. Son, Richard, was ordained a Roman Catholic priest in 1901 & celebrated his 
first solemn mass in Masonville, Iowa 27DEC1901. Monslgnnr Richard Murphy first served 
six years at the Cathedral in Dubuque, then Clarion, 31 years at Holy Family Parish in 
Mason City, & finally St. Mary's at Corwith, Iowa. Ella died at Dubuque where she had 
retired in 1935, after a career teaching in Buchanan & Black Hawk Counties. All the 
Murphy children seemed to have been born at Scipio in Cayuga Co. , Uew York. 

SOURCES i fllSC INFD' (RVSD 14flU61987), 1810-1900 NY CENSUS, Hallie ft, S»eeting, Buchanan Co, lA Cemetery 5uide, Ifl Vital 
Records i Obituaries, Rose Hele, (Wa, Hurphy indicated a 1841 IR birth ir 1900Ifl Census), 
,,The land lentioned in John's irill «as in Erin T»p,, Washington County, Wisconsin h was purchased; 
1N0VI84S, Sec, 6, VK SEt4, Biliaukee Cash Cert, 119606 i Sec, 7, NVk NEi* HiUaukee Cash Cert, 119607,, 



HIISBAJirD'S FULL MICE: Schottmiller, Joseph 



aisiH 



MMLl 
DEAIH 



07XAR1787 ELAQE 
24SEP1810 ELA££ 



#«60 



15XAY1864 PLACE 



ELA££ 



Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
?Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 



EIISIAL: 

OTHEP RESTDEICES: Pfaffenrot is spelled ' Pfaffenroth' in old records. 

QCCgPATIQNS: Farmer RELIGIQg : Roman Catholic 

WILITARY EECQEC: Probably Baden Army 

HIS FATHER: Sc^OttniuUer. Antaai #120 mother: Axtmann. Catherine 



VTFE'S FULL JTAME : Kunz, Maria Anna 

aiEIE: 19APR1790 ELA££: Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 

DEAIfi: 20MAY1845 ELA££: Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 

BURIAL: ELACE: Marxzell, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 

OTHER RESIDENCES: Baden was ruled by Grand Dukes until 1918. 

QCCUPATIQgS: RELIGION : Roman Catholic 

HER FATHER; Kunz, Bgnedllrt £122 MOTHER: Obrelter. Maria Ann;, 



»121 



#061 



CHILDRE N/ *SP QUSE 



#123 



DATE; 



PLACE; 



1 Christina 



Becht, Antoni 



BIRTH 
MARRP 

QEAIE 
BVRIAL 



17JA51811 Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
15MAY1837 Marxzell, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 



Amalia 



BIRTH 
HARRD 
DEATH 

BURIAL 



19TOV1813 Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 



Franz Anton 



aisia 

DEATH 
.BURIAL 



JUL1815 Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 



Harla Therlsa filEIfl. 

Veingartner.Florianes MARRP 

DEAIE 
EI2EIAL 



29SEP1816 Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
25FEB1838 Marxzell, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 



Benedict 



BIEIH 

DEATH. 

.janEIAL 



Joseph Anton 



Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
MAB1819 Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
Marxzell. Karlsruhe District. Baden. Germany 



BIRTH 

DEAIH 
.EHEIAL 



21MAS1820 Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 



Phllipplna 



EIEIH. 

WARRP 

DEATH. 

.BURIAL 



07SEP1824 Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 



Josephufi 



aiRiH. 

MRRD. 
DEATH. 
BURIAL 



22MAY1827 Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 



Franci ?;cus (Frank) *<d39 BIRTH : 03JAN1831 Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
1) Terrier, Theresa MARRP : 2) 14gOV1869 Holycross, Dubuque County, Iowa 

2 )Hannan, Gather ine#«31 DEATH : 20JU1I1908 Masonville, Delaware County, Iowa 

BURIAL: St. Mary' s Cemetery. Masonville. Iowa 



•Although births 4 deaths occurred in Pfaffenrot, they were recorded at Brubach in the 
[arlsruhe District of what was then the independent state of Baden. 

PURGES % HT!^r INFH ' (RVSO 12DEC1986) Vital Records of Seneralandesarchiv Karlsruhe, Church records of Brubach/Pfaffenrot, 
.Joseph's son, ftnton, died in Pfaffenrot on 28SEP181«, but unsure »hether Franz Anton or Joseph Anton, 



ffTTSBATO'S FULL MATtE : Hannan, Michael 



#062-A 



aizm 



1807 ELAC£ 
C1838 PLACE 



03JA51855 ELACE 



MSEH 

DEAia 

ElffilAL: PLACE 

QIHEE. RE5IDEICES : lA Territory prior to 1839 

OCCUPATIQ?rS : Farmer 

WTLITA5Y RECORD: 

HIS FATHER; See sheet #1P4. 



Effin Parish, County Limerick, Ireland 

Center Tovmship, Dubuque County, Iowa 

St. Joseph's Cemetery, Rickardsville, Iowa 



RELIGIQIT : Roman Catholic 
MOTHER: 



JTEE'S FTn.L tfAME : Wallace, Catherine 



#063 



1812 ELACE 



ELSIH: 

DEAIE: 23JA51876 PLACE 
BURIAL: ELACE 
OTHER RESTDETTCES : 
QCCUPATIQITS ; Farmer/ housewife 
HER FATHER: 



Ireland 

Center Township, Dubuque County, Iowa 

St. Joseph Cemetery, Rickardsville, Iowa? 



RELIGIQg: 
MOTHER; 



Roman Catholic 



:HILi:)REa/*SPQUSE 



DATE; 



.ELACE; 



.Ellsii. 



t Single? 



t 

f 

I Hanora 

i Riordan, Daniel 
t 1832IR-1925Mir 



BIRTH 
MEED. 
DEATH. 
BURIAL 



SEP1839 Dubuque County, Iowa 

1923 Dubuque County, Iowa 
St. Joseph's Cemetery. Rickardsville. Iowa 



BIRTH 
MEED. 
DEATH 

_EII£IAL 



01JU1I1840 Dubuque County, Iowa 
05MAY1868 Holycross, Dubuque County, Iowa 
16FEB1908 St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota 
Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Key Vest. Dubu que Co. . I A 



} James V. 



f McAloon, Catherine 
i 1854- 



BIRTH 
MEED 
DEAIE 
RTrRTAL 



JU1I1842 Center Township, Dubuque County, Iowa 
0311071875 Dubuque, Dubuque County, Iowa 
1750V1911 Dubuque, Dubuque County, Iowa 
20gQV1911 St. Joseph's Cemetery. Rickardsville. 



Iowa 



^ Cflt.hnr1 Tift . 



#031 



> Shottniller, 
i Frank 



#030 



aiEiH. 

MEED 
DEATH 

BVRIAL 



16DEC1845 Center Township, Dubuque County, Iowa 
3011071869 Holycross, Dubuque County, Iowa 
15DEC1906 Masonville, Delaware County, Iowa 
St. Mary's Cemetery. Maso nville. Iowa 



: Margaret ( Maggie) BIRTH 
i Burd, Charles MEED 
^ 1852 lA- DEAIE. 

' s/o James SIIEIAL 



1848 Center Township, Dubuque County, Iowa 
C1879 

1923 
St. Joseph's Cemet ery. Rickardsville. 



iQWa 



Mary 



I' Hannon, John 
:• 1854 1 A- 
■ See p. 124 



BTRTH 

MEED 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



Iowa 



26DEC1849 Center Township, Dubuque County 
20FEB1882 Bankston, Dubuque County, Iowa 
11JA51901 
St. Joseph's Cemet ery. Rickardsville 



lovfa 



Michael J. 



Burd, Marie 
!■ 1856 1 A- 1935 1 A 



BIRTH 

MEED 

DEATH. 

_SIIEIAL. 



MAY1850?Durango, Dubuque County, Iowa 
14JA51879 Rickardsville, Dubuque County, Iowa 
14MAT1926 Dubuque, Dubuque County, Iowa 
17MAY1926 St. Joseph's Ceme tery. Rickardsville. Iowa 



. (062) Xichael 

■tates and after 

riar residence 

His tombstone 



came to Iowa i 
treaties with 
may have been 
contained this 



n 1838, when Iowa was still a Territory of the United 
the Indians had opened up new lands for settlement. His 

Uew York where he may have married Catherine, 
posia: 



"Go home dear friends, dry up your tears, 
I must be here till Christ appears, 
And when he comes, I hope to rise, 
And lead a life that never dies." 



. Hannan, Xichael (Continued) #062-B 



■■CHILDREg QF: 

Honora #062-2-l-Mary Agnes b.8FEB1869IA d. 13JUL1923MH. . 
Riordan 2-John Steward b.7MAE1870IA d. 450V1955IfE m Julia Ryan.. 

3-Michael Augustin b.28AUG1871 d. 6MAY1950MIf. . 

4-[ Mary Catharine b. 26JAiri873 d. 4APR1883 ] . . 

5-Villiam Joseph b.25SEP1875 d. 29MAY1956IL m L. Kennedy.. 

6-Mary Ellen (Bell) b. 19APR1876 d. 301107196010. . 

7-Mary Calista b. 15DEC1879 d. 5IIOV1960MH. . 

8-Jaiiies Daniel b.22AUG1883 d. 3FEB1960Jai. . 

9-[ James Francis b. 12MAR1878 d.6APR1879 ].. 
James #062-3- 1-Michael b.26SEP1877 d. 15JA51958 (81yrs).. 

2-Hellie (Roselles) 4JlAyi879-220CT1964 (85) m James Ckjnnolly; Vest Gate lA 

3-Frances b.26AUG1882 d. AUG1953(70) m Vm. A. Schubert, Vest Gate lA. . 

4-Clara b.MAE1886 d. 25AUG1981 (95yrs) (Sister of Mercy-Dubuque) . . 

5-John Joseph b.25APR1888 d. 24MAY1958(70yrs. ) . . 

6-LeG P. b.350V1889 d. 1907(25JA51953) . . 

7-Harold V. b.28JUL1897 d. 3FEB1977(80yTs) .. (8-11) -d. prior 1900.. 
Margrt. #062-5-l-Katherine (Margaret/Kit) b.9FEB1885 d.24JUL1983 (98yrs) . . 

Burd 
Mary #062-6- 1-Katherine G. b. 265071882 d. 21MAn965. . (83yrs) . . 
Gannon 

Michael #062-7-1- Janes b.Qctl879 d. young. . (2-4)-d. young. . 

..5FEB1855, After the death of Mirhapl Hannnn Sr. ■ Dubuque County Judge Vm. Lovell 

appointed (^tharine Hannon & Timothy Regan (Reagan) administrators of Michael's estate. 

Timothy Reagan may have been a brother-in-law to Michael Sr. or Catherine Vallace. 

.. (063) Catherine Hannan, in 1860 was farming Real Estate valued at $1,150 & had Personal 

Property of $300. In 1856, she had 4 acres of meadow, 100 acres of oats, ii acre of 

potatoes, 4 2 acres of com. She had also sold 2 hogs worth $10 & 4 cattle worth $70 in 

addition to making 100# of butter & shearing 7# of wool. In 1870, the farm was valued at 

$3,000 4 Personal Property at $1,000. Evidently, after the death of Michael Sr. in 1854, 

she ran the farm with the help of the older girls and son, James. On 29MAR1879, Mathias 

Burd was appointed administrator of the estate after the death of the widow, Catherine 

Hannan. In the fall of 1879, Michael Hannan Jr. took over as administrator. 

. . (062-1) Ellen was living in Dubuque in 1900 working as a seamstress & single. She was 

84 years old at death. 

. . (062-2) Hanora's husband, Daniel Riordan, was Dubuque City Treasurer prior to 1880 & in 

1900 was a Julien Township Clerk of Dubuque County. Upon death, he was buried in Calvary 

Cemetery, St. Paul, Minnesota. She died at the St. Paul residence; 244 E. Vinifred. 

. . (062-3) Jaaes engaged in farming near Rickardsville till retirement around 1910. He 

died at 2:00PM 17I0V1911 at Mercy Hospital in Dubuque following an operation on Tuesday 

14F0V of that year. 

. . (062-4) CJitherine, prior to her marriage to Frank Shottmiller, sold her interest in her 

father's estate for $50 to her brother, James V. Hannan, & thus was not mentioned in the 

final accounting for the estate in 1879. 

. . (062-5) Margaret Hannan Burd was 75 years old at death. 

. . (062-6) Mary was 52 years old at death. Her husband, John Hannon, was the son of John 

Hannon & Mary McDonald & possible first or second cousin. Vitnesses at their wedding 

included Jno. Cunningham & Mary Reagan. 

. . (062-7) Michael J. farmed near Rickardsville until approximately 1896, when he moved to 

Dubuque. He died at 8:30AM Friday 14MAY1926 at his residence, 580 Nevada St., in 

Dubuque. His funeral was held at Hativity Roman Catholic Parish of which he was a 

member. 



SOURCES i HISC INFO: CRVSD 12SEP1986), Ift Vital Records, 1062 4 063 estate records, 1840-1925IA CENSUS, tlrs, Delbert Banders 4 
Mary Banders, LaVerne Elliott, 



HUSBAID'S FULL NAME: Helm, Joachim Johann Heinrith Christian 



BIRTH 



MARBD 
DEATH , 



1J0V1786 PLACE 



ei9FEB1802 £LA££ 
703JAII1845 PL ACT? 



BIISIAL.:05JAJfl845 ELAC£ 
QIHEE. RESIDENCES: 
QCCUPATTONS : 

MILITARY SECQEH: 

HIS FATHER: Helm. JohanT^ Hfiinrit.h 



GLilzow, Stavenhagen, Mecklenburg, Germany 
Scharpzow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg, Germany 
Giilzow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg, Germany 
GiJlzow, Stavenhagen Parish, 



#«72-A 



Mecklenburg, Germany 
RELIGTOTT : Evangelical Lutheran 



fl44 



VIFE-S FULL MME : Becker, 
aiRIE: 18APR1779 ELA££ 
DEAIE: 16JAI1827 ELACE 



MOTHER: Duhrknp. C^ tarl Eliz.#145 

#073 



ElffilAL: 18JAIfl827 PLACE 
OTHER RESIDENCES : 
QCCUPATIOWS : 

HER FATHER: Becker. Jnhanri F riederlch 
CHILDRE7T/*SPnUSE DATE: 



Christina Maria 

Scharpzow (Glashutte?), Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg, Germany 
Scharpzow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg, Germany 
Scharpzow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg, Germany 



RELIGION : Evangelical Lutheran 

#146 MOTHER: ?LnrPnr . Wari a E. #147 

-ZLAQEj 



Catharina Sophia Jnh. 



MESH. 
DEAIE 
BTOIAL 



jQachlm Helnrlch #«36 BISJR 



Mahnlrce, Maria 



D #037 MARRP 
LIVTTG 
BURIAL 



121IAT1802 Giilzaw, Stavenhagen, Kecklenburg, Geroany 



03OCT1804 Scharpzow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg 
1856 Scharpzow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg 



Johann Christopher BIRTH 

XARRD 

DEAia 
BURIAL 



16FEB1807 Scharpzow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg 



jQJiaana- 



BISIB. 

MARRP 

DEAia 

.EIIEIAL 



10SEP1809 Scharpzow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg, 



Maria Elizabeth 



DEAIH 
.JBHEIAL 



24MAR1812 Scharpzow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg 
20SEP1812 Scharpzow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg 



Johann Joachim Carl BIRTH 
Friederich DEATH. 
EHEIAL 



21MAR1814 Scharpzow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg 
24AUG1817 Scharpzow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg 
26AUG1817 Scharpzow. Stavenhagen Parish. Mecklenburg 



Frigdffrich Hplnrirh BIRTH 

DEATH. 
BURIAL 



JAN1815 Gulzow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg 
09NOV1842 Gulzow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg 



Vilhemine Caroline 



BIRTH 
HAEEH 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



18N0V1816 Scharpzow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg 



Marifl 



aiRIH 
ttARRH 
DEATH 
BURIAL: 



14MAR1819 Ruchenfelde?, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg 



(072-8) Vilhemine died of Scarlet fever. 



QURCES \ WT'^^ IMFH ' (RVSO 24MARI987), 1819 Becklenburg Census, Stavenhagen Lutheran Records LDS»69S7e-74, 
Sophia Dorthea Hels n Johann Huth of Restyln h had; Joh, Fried, Christian b,St1AYI839 k Joachin Christoph b/d 1341.. 



pU?iBAFD'S FULL ?rA?tE : Mahncke, Berhrens (Bernard) Freidrich 



#074-A 



19JA11771 ELACE 

01IfOV1805 PLACE 

21JUI1852 ELACE 

ELA££ 



EIEIE: 
OFATH : 

smiAL 

nTHFR RESIDEirCES: 
nr-CUPATTnTfS: 

HILITASY BECDEJi: 
HTS FATHER: Wahncke. 



Kittendorf , 
Kittendarf , 
Kittendorf, 



Mecklenburg, 
Mecklenburg, 
Mecklenburg, 



Germany 
Germany 
Germany 



RELIGIQl : Evangelical Lutheran 



Jpachlm 



VTFF'S FITLL MWE : Gilow?, Maria DortigCDorthea?) 



#148 MOTHER: V.il f. Anna W«rle #149 



#075 



12APR1777 ELA££ 



EIEIH: 

DEAIH: 

EUfilAL: 

OTHER RESTDEirCES: 

OCCUPATTOSS: 

OTHER SPOUSES : 1) 



PLACE : 
ELACEi 



Mecklenburg, Germany 



Brinkman?, 

HER FATHER: Gil nw. Annatzi n antonio?) Ephram?#15a 
CHILDREN/ *SFQUSE DAIfi; ELA£1j_ 



5ELIGIQJ : Evangelical Lutheran 



MOTHER: 



#151 



Harla Dortliea 



JS2Z aiEia 



Hela, Joachlo C. #936 MARRD 

DEATH 
BIffilAL 



02MAR1807 Kittendarf, Mecklenburg, Germany 



Joachim Freidrlch 



BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



231IOV1808 Kittendorf, Mecklenburg, Germany 



Sophia 



MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



150CT1812 Kittendorf, Mecklenburg, Germany 



August Freidrich 



EIEIH. 

MESH 

DEAia 

.BUELiL 



18JAJ1814 Kittendorf, Mecklenburg, Germany 



Sophia Francisca 



aiEIfl. 
MARRD 

DEAia 
.3SEUL 



13MAT1815 Kittendorf, Mecklenburg, Germany 



aiEIH. 
HAESH 
DEAIS. 



aiEIH. 
MSSH 
DEAIH. 



(074) Behrens's family appear in the 1819 Kittendorf Census with a possibl^ sister; 
(aria Dorthea Manhcke b. 1350V1782 Fettermin?. 



QURCF!; unm ^wn ^ (Rvso 190EC1986), 1819 Hetklenbupg Census, Kittendorf Church Records, 



mT5?BATO'S FULL TTAITE: Briiggmn, ?Christoph 



#076-A 



BIRTH 



WAR5D 
DEATH 



ELA££ 



PLACE 



ELAC£ 



ELA£E 



Varren, Mecklenburg 



OTHER RESTDEHCES : Christoph Fried. 

nCCTTPATTOWS: 

MILITARY SECQEIl: 

HT5^ FATHER: 



ml830 shows father as Christoph of Varren. . 

RELIGIQg : Evangelical Lutheran 

miSERl 



VTFE'S FTJLL MME : 

DEAIH: 

B7RIAL: 

OTHER RESIDENCES : 

QCCUPATIQgS: 

HER FATHER: 



JL 



ELACE: 
ELACE: 

PI^ACH: 



RELIGiniT: 
MOTHER: 



JL 



CHILDREN/ *SFOUSE 



DATE; 



PLACE: 



1 Christoph Friedrich BIRTH : 1791?Gross Dratow, Mecklenburg 

Theodora MEED: 1)21U0V1817 Kargow, Federow Parish, Mecklenburg <d. JUL1830> 

♦ 1 ) Nee Isen, Johanna Soph MEEii: 2)17SEP1830 Kargow, Federow Parish, Mecklenburg 



»2)Brockinan.Cath Mar F. LIVTIG 
» BURIAL 


1850 Charlottenhof , Federow Parish, Mecklenburg 


2 jQliaQQ Clu-lstian #038 BIRTH 

* Schaidt, Sophia #039 MEEH 
» DEATH, 

♦ BURIAL 


Cisco Mollenhagen?, Ankershagen Parish, Mecklenburg 


3 BIRTH 
» MARRD 
* DEATH 
» BURIAL 





. . CHILDREN OF : (lunbers tentative until research con^leted & relationships proven) 

Christoph #038-1-1-Johann Hein. Christoph Friederich b.22AUG1818 Charlottenhof d. young? 
-Maria Cath. Fried. Johanna d.26JUiri830 Charlottenhof (lOYrs. ).. 
2-Heinrica Eliz. Freiderica Maria b.3FEB1822 d.4MAE1822 Charlottenhof 
3-Ludwig Heinrich Friederich Christian b. 18MAY1823 Charlottenhof. . 
4-Johann Christian Carl Heinrich b.20JUL1825 Charlottenhof.. 
5-Christina Adolphine Friederica Maria b.22DEC1827 d. 15MAY1829 C/hof . . 
6-Friedrich Carl Joachim Christian b. 20MAS1830. . 
2nd. Marriage: 7-Ludwig Heinrich Carl Theodore b.30JU]ri831 Kargow.. 

Some god parents for Christoph's children; Hginrtca ! DHenriette Sophia 'Lernenz' Busch of Kargow, 2) 
Elizanbeth Maria BrCiggmannCnse Bruggmann) of Schwastorf, 3) Fried. Ilartin Daniels of Schwastorf, Johann- Johann 
Christian Busch of Schwastorf, 2) Carl Christoph Koch of Kargow, 3) Henriette Maria Bruggmann of Kargow, 
Christina - DJoachim Christian Bruggmann of Kargow, 2)Maria Friederica Brockraan of Schwastorf,. 
.,29DEC1802, Christoph Bruggmann b,cl772 d, at Kargow age 30,, 

,, There are many families of Briiggmanns in the Kargow & Mollenhagen area that could be related to Johann 
Christian Bruggman, In the absence of positive proof they are thus ennumerated; 

,,Sabriel Bruggmann b,1724 d,29APR1788 Schlon, ,, 
-l-Johann Christian Friederich Martin? Bruggmann ra200CT1792 Kargow, Maria Magdalena Sophia Ahrnt(Arends) 

d/o Jurgen. , 
-1-Magdelena Sophia Christina b,15SEP1793 Kargow, ,2-Mariah Eliz, Johanna Carolina b,18MAY1795 Kargow,. 
-3- Jurgen Friederich Christian (.IMW b,IIJUN1797 Kargow,, 
-4-Friederich Christian (TUIN) .5- Johann Christopher Jacob b,22JUN1802 Kargow,. 
-6-Mariah Heinrica b,25MAR1804 Sudow, ,7-Maria b,17APR1806 Ankershagen,, 
-8-Carolina Sophia Fredrika b,17N0V1808 Mollenhagen, ,9-Carl Friederich b,10SEP1812 Mollenhagen,, 



Bruggnann (COIT. ) #076-B 



,,Johann Jacob Briiggmann b, d.Mollenhagen ml6QCT1783 Kargow Maria Eliz, Huhren d?1834M611, 

-1-Sophia Elizabeth b,22JflN1788 Kargow 

-2-nagdalena Cath, Maria b,7SEP1790 (liim), .3-Sophia Dorthea dilM),. 

-4-Sophia Maria Christina b,llDEC1792 Specter?,, 

-5-Johann Carl b,210EC179S Kargow 

-6-Hagdalena Catharine Maria Sophia Dorthea b,7SEP1796 Kargow., 

-7-Enrieth Joh. Helauth b,5DEC1802 ,, 

-8-Carl Ludwig Christian b,7JAN180S Kargow,. 
..Friedrich Bruggraann ■ Henrietta Schultz,, 

-l-Johann Carl Theodore Christian b,19AU61793 Kargow,, 
., Christopher b,1772 d,290EC1802 Kargow,, 
..Behrens Heinrich Bruggnannn b,cl748 d,3JUN1800 Kargow m Christiana Eliz, Lucken,, 

-1-Maria Eliz, Friedrica b,6MAR1789 6udow,, 
..Friederich b Henriette Schultz., 

-1-Johann Carl Theodor Christian b,19AU61793 Ank?,, 



I 



,, Jacob Bruggnan b,]773 Kargow d,30AU6]801 Kargow m Maria Ahrends., 
-1-Christian Friederich Theodore b,1FEB1799 Kargow n Maria Conrad(.1851 ), . 
-l-«ilhelB Fried Christoph b.MAR1823 d,4N0V18S4,, 
..Jacob Andreas b. 1768 Kargow(6udow) Konfirn; 1784(16yrs). . 
..Carl Christopher Bruggmann n Anna Catharina Pehocer,. 

-1-Johanna Maria Christina b.9JAN1803,. 
..Jacob Friederich Bruggmann b. d. nil5HAY18l3 Mollenhagen, in Eisilena 7 .. 
..Johann Sanuel Brtiggnann (?b,2SJUN1784 Kargow) of 6r, Oratow- 
-1-Johann Christoph Friederich Bruggaann »10JUL1834 Kargow Sophia Dorthea Regina Schmidt d/o Jacob Gottfried; 
-1-Ernst Carl Johann Friederich b.280CT1834 d,300CT1834 Charlottenhoff 
-2-Christian Heinrich Friedrich Johann b,17FEB1836 C/hof g/parent; Joh. Heinrich Schmidt,, 
-3- 
,,Carl Christoph b,Schwastorf b Anna MariaCMable Marie) Pechese i Eliz, Bruggman?,, 
-1- 7 , b,Decl801 

-2- Johanna Maria Christina b,9JAN1803 Qudow(Kargow) 280CT1824 Kargow Carl Friederich Gierz 
-1-Friederich Christoph Heinrich b,3MAY182S Kargow.. 

g/parents;Christoph Fr. Bruggtnann of C/hof i Henriette Mar, Bruggtaann of Kargow 
-2-Fredrika Johanna Ernestine b.9DEC1827,, 
-3-Johann Martin Friedrich b,2SMAR1804 Charlottenhof , , 

-4-Heinrica Sophia Hanna b,1805 C/Hof d,29AUS1858 Federow iii24MAY1823 Kargow Carl Christoph Koch 
-5-Carolina Sophia Henrietta b,9MAY1805 Charlottenhof.. 
-6-Sophia Frederika b.30AUG180S Charlottenhoff.. 
-7- 7 Sophia Fredrika b.30AU61807 Charlottenhoff.. 
..Jacob BruuggBann n Maria Lorentz,. ! 

-1-Carl Friederich Johann b,c28FEB1799 Kargow d,7JUN1860 Federow.. i 

..Dorthea Bruggaann a Carl Hackert., ' 

-l-Uilheaine Carolina Hanna Elizabeth b.30APR1823 Mollenhagen.. ■' 

,, Johann George Bruggaann of Charlottenhof a6FEB1818 Kargow Christina Friederica Hoppenrath of Newhof 



I 



SQ'JRCES h niSC INFO: CRVSD 27MAR1987), Ankershagen & Federow Lutheran Church Records 



httf;bato-s full 



MME : Schmidt, 



Johann 



#«78-A 



MRRD 
DEAIH 

QIHEE. 
nCCUPATIQSS : 
MILITARY B££Q£]i: 
HTS FATHER: Schmidt 



ELAGS 



ELAC£ 
ELAC£ 



_£155_ 



RELTGing: 
MOTHER: 



VTFE'S FULL JAME: TVarnken. 
B^PTH: PLACE: 


Christina 




SELiaioa: 

MOTHER: 


#079 


DEAIH: ELACE: 
BURIAL; PLACE: 
OTHER RESIDENCES.: 
OCCUPATIOIS: 
HER FATHER: 


* 


CHILDREN/ ♦SPOUSE 


DATE: 


PLACE; 







1 ?David Friederlch BIEIH. 

* DEAia 
♦ ailEIAL 



31JA51795 Gudow, Federow Parish, Mecklenburg 



2 Sophia Christina EIEIH. 

Carolina #039 HAEfiH 

* Briiggnann, Johann DEATH, 

* Christian iW38 BURIAL 



?27AUG1801 Mecklenburg, Germany 
21JAiri820 Kargow, Federow Parish, Mecklenburg, 
1855 Atlantic Ocean 
1855 Atlantic Ocean 



Germany 



aisiiL 

MRSH 
DEATH 

.BUEIALi 



.. (078) Johann is mentioned as the father on Sophia's marriage record, however without 
liis middle name, it is difficult to sort out the Johann Schmidts in the Schlon area. 

SOURCES !, HISC INFO ' (RVSD 26nAR1986), Federo* Lutheran Records LDS» SSeSO, 
,,A Johann Schaidt il7JAN188e Schlon, llaria Catherine Figuran? d/o Joachii E. 
Possible children; Joachiii Christian Nartin b,2AU6189« i Schlon,, 
Fredrika Haria Christina b,3SEP189S § Schlon,, 
.Possible sons in Hollenhagen records include; Johann Schiidt of Dehian 4 Sophia Wendt of Klocko* parented I6JUN)824 a 
laughter; Hanna Friederika Carolina,.* Sustave Lorenz Christian Schiidt i Catherine Karia Friederika Holl parented a son; 
lohann Carl Oavid, . 
, Unknown relationships; 

At Oratow, Johann Sch»idt «17JAN189« Christina Fiedler(Eigner) d/o Joachii Christopher 
Confined at Schlon 1898, Johann Christian(b,1794) Sch»idt s/o Johann Peter living at Schlon, 
Deaths at Schlon; Johann Fnederich Rudolph Schaidt 9QCT18I1 « 4eyrs, 

Johann Friederich Schimidt 5SEP1898 « 89yrs, / Sreat Orato» 
Johann P???? Schiidt ISJULlSeS « 54yrs. 
Johann Friederich Schiidt 6HAY1804 4 76yrs. 
Johann Jacob Schiidt ISJANlSeS 4 63yrs. 
.Dorthea Sophia bcl892 NeuSrandenburg, Necklenburg, Seriany..Konfiried at Kargow in 1816.. 



HUSBATO'S FULL M?tE : Hansel, Philip 



BIRTH 



C1750 ELACE 
ELAC£ 
AUG1820 ELAC£ 



^LA^ 



Prob. Berks County, Pennsylvania 
Frostburg, Allegany County, Pennsylvania 



#«8«-A 



DEAIH: 

EMIAL: 

QIHEE. RESIDENCES : 

nCCTJPATIQtfS : 

WTLTTARY EECQEIi: 

OTHER SPOUSES: 1) Possibly Elizabeth ? with son: John Michael b. 11SEP1784VA 

HIS FATHER; Hansel. Johann Michael #160 wothes: ? . Anna Catharine 



RELIGTOTf: 



VTFE'S FULL FAME: Clapsaddle, Hannah (Susannah) 



»161 



ElSIfi: C1758 PLACE 

DEATH : pl812 ELACE. 

amiAL.- PLACE , 

0THE5 RESIDEIfCES : 

QCCUPATIQ^fS : 

HER FATHER: Clapsaddle. GenrgP 



#081 



York or Franklin County, Pennsyslvania 
Frostburg, Allegany County, Pennsylvania 



»1§2 



BELTGTmT: 
MOTHER: 



Reformed Lutheran? 



HILDREIT/*SP0U5E 



DATE; 



PT^ACE: 



Jacob 



Preston, Rebecca 
25JUL1800- 



BIRTH 
MARRD 

ElEAia 
_EIffiLAL 



C1788 
C1811 
C1846 Monongahela Twp. , Greene County, Pennsylvania 



Philip 



Single 



aiEia 

DEATH. 
BTTRTAL 



C1790 
06KAS1833 Outside Maryland 



Catherine 



Spurrier, Jesse 
-pl840 



BIRTH 
MARRD 

.BUEIAL 



C1791 
150CT1811 Frostburg?, 
1840 Vills Twp. , 



Allegany County, 
Guernsey County, 



Maryland 
Ohio 



Margaret 



Workman, Jacob 
1783-1832PA 



EIEIH. 
BURIAL 



C1793 
07 JUL 1807 Frostburg, Allegany County?, Maryland 

1832 Greenville Twp. , Somerset County, Pennsylvania 



Sarah 



Single 



aiEiii 

DEAI2. 
BURIAL 



cl795 Frostburg?, Allegany County, Maryland 
0CT1858 Clayton County, Iowa 
Hansel Cemetery. Garber. Iowa 



Susanna 



Crowberger, John 



aiEiH. 

MARRD 

LIIBS. 
BURIAL 



cl798 Frostburg?, Allegany County, Maryland 
1823 Outside Maryland 



George 



1) Mussel man, Fanny 
■2)Christner, Fanny 



BIRTH : 1802 Frostburg, Allegany County, Maryland 
MARRD : 1)06SEP1824 Frostburg?, Allegany County, Maryland 
DEATH : 1844 Farmington, Fayette County, Pennsylvania 
BURIAL: Old Hansel Farm. Wharton Twp.. Favette Co. 



-EA- 



Jaha. 



JQASL 



Eckhart, Mary I. #«41 



BIRTH : cl805 Frostburg, Allegany County, Maryland 
MARRD : 13FEB1826 Frostburg?, Allegany County, Maryland 
DEATH : 16JA51883 Mallory Twp. , Clayton County, Iowa 
BURIAL: Hansel Cemetery. Garber. Iowa 



SQlmnnn 



Workman, Rebecca 



aiEIH. 
MARRD 

DEATH. 
.EIIEIAL^ 



cl807 Frostburg, Allegany County, Maryland 
01AUG1831 Frostburg?, Allegany County, Maryland 
26SEP1874 Allegany County, Maryland 



. (080) Philip Sr. may 

ppeared in the 1800 Al 
rom Andrew Bruce near 
isted as a resident of 
ists. On 2SEP1809, he 



have been renting land in Allegany Co. , Md. prior to 1800 since he 
legany Co. MD Census. On 26APR1806, he bought 146 acres for $250 
Pumpkin Hall (Somerset, Allegany Co., MD). On the deed, Philip was 

Allegany County, In 1780' s, he appeared in Berkeley Co. VA tax 

made another land purchase from Morgan Huff. 



Hanspl . Phi 1 i p (Cont1 niifid) , ,, , ■,, , , , , f^S^B 

■ ■ r.HTT.DRK?f OF : 

Jacob #080-l-l-George b.9APR1817MD d. 25MR1890IA m Elizabeth Hunt (#094-6) . . 

2-Philip b. 15SEP1820MD d. 18DEC1882IA m Catherine Brown (1827-1895) . . 
3-Jacob b.250CT1822HD d.3DEC1903 m Mary Jane Harry (1823-1879) . . 
4-Lawrence b.cl829 (Single) .. 5-Rebecca b. 1830MD. . ' 

6-Johanna b. cl831MD. . 7-Sarah Ann b. 1835KD m Louis Harrington.. 
8-Mary Ann b.cl837PA single & living Mallory Twp. Clayton Co. lA. . 
9-John G. b8JUiri841PA d.22IfOV1912 m Cinderella Hunt (1849-1918) . . 
Catherine #080-3- (1-7) 1840OH Census: Boys 1 5-10yrs. , 1 10-15yTS, 1 20-30yrs, 
Spurrier Girls 1 10-15yrs, 2 15-20yrs. 2 20-30yrs 

Margaret #080-4- 1-Solonon b.cl808MD d. 1888PA m Anne ? ; 8 kids.. 
VnrVnan 2-3) . . 4-Jacob b. 1812MD d. 1859PA m Susan ? ; 3 kids.. 

5-6)Philip a» David b. 1819PA d. 1fl84PA ( TVIUS ) unsure of relationship.. 
George #080-7- 1-George Washington b.4JUL1826 d. 18??PA; 13 kids.. 
2-C Francis larion b.pl830MD d. Civil ¥ar] . . 
3-irancy b. 1832MD m Dennis Howland. . 
4-Frances (Fannie) b. 1841PA m Samuel Vanslikler. . 
5-Susan Maria b. 1842MD m Joseph Bankin. . 
e-Simon Paul b. 1843PA d. young. . 7-John d. young pl850. . 
Solomon #060-9-l-John 0. b. cl832. . 2-Abigail b.cl835.. 

3-Villian A. b. cl836. . 4-Margaret b.cl839.. 
5-Jacob b. 1838. .6-Joseph b.cl840. . 
7-George b. cl842. . 8-Rebecca b.cl844.. 
9-Soloiiion Jr. b. cl846MD d. DEC1916MD. . 

10-Alphea 7. b.cl848. . 

..On 25SEP1809, Philip Hansel & wife, Hannah, sold to Morgan Huff property near Pumpkin 
Hall for $200. On 21I0V1814, Philip Hansel bought from Thomas Parkinson the following 
Allegany County lots: #3947, 3950, 3951, & a 7th lot called Squirrel Neck for $200. 

Philip Sr.'s connection with the Clapsaddle's is reinforced by records in Franklin 
County, PA showing that in 1812, Philip Hentzel was granted administration papers for the 
estate of a Susannah Clapsaddle. 

Philip Sr. died without a will. As a result, a Villiam Ridgely was appointed Trustee 
for the estate of Philip Hansel Sr. on 18APR1822. Jacob acted as administrator of the 
estate from 1820 to 1823. Jacob sued his brothers & sisters in Allegany County Maryland 
Court of Chancery on 0CT1823(Book l,p.45) to force the sale of their dad's farm. The 
money was to reimburse Jacob for $44.89 that Jacob had overpaid the creditors of Phillip 
Sr. 4 in addition Jacob claimed that Phillip Sr. owed him $400. Interestingly, Jacob had 
been living on the farm & paying the estate $80/year rent since his father's death. 

Since brothers, (Jeorge, John, & Solomon, were minors, the court appointed a John Hayes 
as their guardian in the case. 

The court ordered the sale to the highest bidder to be held between noon & 3:00PM 
23APR1822 with H of bid payable immediately and the remainder in three equal annual 
installments. 

The Court papers describe the land as containing: 

"..About 137 acres of Land, 70-80 acres of which are cleared, and laid off into 
convenient fields with about 15 acres of good timothy meadow the residue in 
timber. There are on the farm a comfortable dwelling house, a large barn, a 
saw mill a new Great mile house (?), 40 feet square. This property is on Jennings 
Run to Frostburg.." 

Highest bidder: Jacob Hansel, the complaintant, for $2,000. 

On 9DEC1823, Jacob made a final accounting with the court & listed disbursements to: 
Jesse Spurrier ($6. 375), Sarah Hansel ($150) , George Thistler ($232. 27) , Morgan 
Huff ($73. 189), Jacob Workman ($4. 33), & Peter Preston ($6. 00) . 



. Hansel Sr. , PMlip (Continued) #«8©-C 



. . (080-1) Jacob began purchasing land in Allegany county in 1821 i in 1833 began selling 
:'off parcels to Henry Koontz (husband of cousin (^therine Hensel (#160-1-5) probably in 
preparation for move to Pennsylvania. On llJAiri847, Jacob's son, Philip, paid a $3.00 
fee to the Greene County Orphan's Court to begin proceedings to sell the family farm 
after Jacob's death. On 9MY1848, The Orphan's Court ordered sale of the 400 acre farm 
in Monongahela Township which was sold to Samuel Hartley for $9,910. On 9MAY1848, 
Orphan's Court appointed Otis Minor guardian for Jacob's daughters: Rebecca & Johanna, 
both over 14, 4 Benjamin Maple guardian for Sarah, John, 4 Mary with certificates issued 
to guardians in Uovember 1851. In the 1850 Monongalia Twp. , Greene Co. , PA Census, 
Jacob's widow, Rebecca, was living with Joshua Garlow(20), William 4 Hannah Coyard(20), 4 
her children: Sarah (15), Mary (13), 4 John (9) Hansel. Her older children had departed for 
Iowa earlier 4 she probably accompanied brother-in-law, John Hansel (080-8) to Iowa in 
1851. In 1870, the widow, Rebecca, was living with son, Lawrence, 4 daughter, Mary Ann, 
in Mallory Township, Clayton County, Iowa. A Henry Preston, 53, 4 possibly brother to 
Rebecca was living with John 4 Mary Hansel in the 1850 Monongalia County, VA Census 4 was 
listed as an idiot (retarded) . 

. , (80-3) Catherine 4 husband, Jesse Spurrier, were living in Allegany County in the 1830 
MD Census 4 must have moved to Guernsey County, Ohio prior to 1840. 
. . (080-4) Margaret, upon the death of her husband, Jacob Workman, was left all his 
possessions to share with children. John Engels 4 son, Solomon Workman, served as 
administrators of the estate. Jacob died in Greenville Twp. , Somerset County, 
Pennsylvania. Sons 4 possibly widow, Margaret, settled in Wharton Township, in Fayette 
County, Pennsylvania near George Hansel' s (080-7) family. 

. . (080-5) Sarali Hansel sold land to Henry Koontz, husband of cousin Catherine Hensel 
(#160-1-5) for $25.00 in Allegany County. She followed brother John to Monongalia 
County, Virginia (WV) 4 later to Iowa. 

. . (080-7) (^orge is probably the same George Hansel who is buried in Fayette County, PA 
although local histories have him married to Frances Christner vs. the Allegany County 
marriage records indicating at least first marriage was to Fanny Musselman. Fayette Co. 
PA probate records refer to his wife as ' Fanny' (1806-1859) . Executor of Fanny's 1859 
estate was Solomon Workman (s/o Margaret Hansel Worknan). Son, George Jr., was Justice of 
the peace in Wharton Twp. , of Fayette Co. , PA in 1877. He had married Mary Romesburgh 4 
they had 13 children on their 400 acre farm in Wharton Township. 

. . (080-9) Solomon is the only son of Philip to remain in Allegany County with many of the 
present Hansels of Allegany County tracing their descent from him. 



SDURrF!. >, WTf;r TUFO ' (RVSO 12DEC1986), 1796 Allegany Co, flD Census nas destroyed, 18ee-185e MO CENSUS, Allegany Co, NO Vital 
Records, lA Sen, Surnaiie Index V,2 1975, Car«en Hisseldine, 1888 Fayette Co, PA History, 1984 Clayton Co, lA History, Seorge 
Hardin, 



HUSBATO'S FULL MME : Eckhart. John 



#«82-A 



C1768 ELAC£ 
ELACE 



C1836 ELACE 



Eckhart Mines, Allegany County, Maryland 



aiSIii: C1768 ELAC£: PA7/MD? 

MESH- 

DEAIE: 

BIffillL: ELACE: 

OTHER RESIDEHCES : York Co. PA, Garret & Frederick County MD?, 

ncciJPATIQNS : Farmer RELIGIQIT : Reformed Lutheran? 

MILITARY RECORD : Recvd. Military lot for Revolutionary War Service 



HIS FATHER: Eckhart . Cfforgfi Adam 



#164 MOTHER: Vlttaeyer. Maria 



#165 



VTFE'S FULL TTAME: 



Mary Ann 



#083 



C1780 PLACE 



JUL1850 ELACE 



aiEIH: 
DEAIE: 
BlffilAL: ELACE: 

OTHER RESIDENCES: 

OCCUPATIONS : Plantation Master/Housekeeper 

HER FATHER: 



Maryland 

Union District, Monongalia County, Virginia (W) 



RELTCimf: 
MOTHER: 



Reformed Lutheran 



CHILDREN/ *SPQV5E 



DATE: 



_ELACEi 



1 Hary X. 

* Hansel, John 
* 



#041 



#«40 



BIRTH 
MBSH 
DEAIH. 
BURIAL 



06MAY1798?Maryland 
13FEB1826 Allegany County, Maryland 
17JU]fl893 Garber, Clayton County, Iowa 
19JU¥1893 Hansel CPinPtgry. Mallnry Twp. . Iowa 



2_las:sih 

* Porter, Delilah 

* 1805-1880 

* 



MEBD. 

DEAIH. 
BURIAL 



cl801 Maryland 

C1825 

cl831 Allegany County, Maryland 



3_2Sflxail 

* Bevans, Samuel 

♦ cl785-pl350 

♦ 



EIEUL 
KARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



cl806 Allegany County, Maryland 

C1824 

pl836 Allegany County?, Maryland 



4_Asiaa- 



♦ Albright, Sarah A. 
* 

» 



aisiH, 

MESH 
DEATH 

JSIffilAL 



cl809 Allegany County, Maryland 
26JAiri831 Allegany County, Maryland 
15SEP1891 Union District, Monongalia County, V. Virginia 



5 ?Elizabetti 



♦ McGittigan, John 

* 

* 



SIEIH. 
MSSD. 
DEAIE 
BHRIAL 



22AUG1812 Eckhart Mines?, Allegany County, Maryland 



♦ Hays, Sarah 

* 1824VA- 

♦ 



BIEIE. 

MARRD 

LIVTTG 

.EIIEIAL 



cl815 Allegany County, Maryland 
15JUU1843 Monongalia County, Virginia (WV) 
1856 Monongalia County, Virginia (W) 



7 Hannah (Anna) 



* Forsythe, John 

» 1810IE- 

» 



EIEIfi. 
MARRD 

luhq. 

.miEIAL 



1820 Allegany County, Maryland 
10JAI1836 Allegany County, Maryland 

1850 2nd. District, Allegany County, Maryland 



8 David 

* 



BIRTH 

DEAia 
BURIAL 



1824 Maryland 

1854 Monongalia County, Virginia (W) 



. . (982) John Sr. with brother, George, & father took possession in 1788 of a 50 acre 
military lot in the area of Cumberland, Maryland granted him for service in the 
Revolutionary War. His prior residence was probably Frederick County, MD. He may have 
also have been the John Eckhart mentioned as an early settler of the Accident area of 
Garrett County, Maryland prior to 1800. On 20APR1805, at the request of Andrew Bruce, a 
deed dated 26JAN1805 was recorded in Allegany County, MD in which Susanna Gardner Bruce 
of Frederick Co. , MD deeded a parcel of land in Allegany Co. for five shillings to Andrew 
Bruce, John huff, Thomas Parkins, & John Eckhart for the purpose building a church or 
meeting house i use as a burying ground. 



.Eckhart, John (Continued) #«82-B 



■■CHILDREJ OF: 

Jacob #082-2-l-l-Rachel b.cl829 ml848 Basil Anderson.. 

2-John b. 55071831 ml 1856 Rebecca Obrian tsQ. Mary Myers d. 5MAR1917MD. . 
Daughter #082-3-l-John S. b.cl826MD d.7SEP1864IA m MD Mary E. Durst.. 

Bpvans 
Adan #082-4- 1-Samuel b. 1830MD. . 2-Mary Ellen b. 1832MD m James Baker.. 
3-John b.l835MD. .4-Elizabeth b. 23MAE1838MD. . 

5-C Jacob b. 1839ICD missing in action 13DEC1862 Battle of Fredericksburg] 
6-Isabellam b. 1846VA. .7-Delisa b. 1844VA. . 
8-Orpha Jane b. 1849 VA. . 
John #082-5-l-Mary E. b. 1844VA. .2-Julius A. b. 1847VA. . 

3-Martha L. b. 1849VA. . 4-James T. b.cl852 d. 10OCT1856(4yrs) . . 
5-John V. b.cl854VA d. 18SEP1856(2yrs) . . 
Hannah #082-8-l-Mary Jane b. 1838MD. . 2-Sarah b. 1841MD. . 
Forsythe 3-Elizabeth b. 1842MD. . 4-Catherine b. 1844MD. . 
5-Susan b. 1847. .6-Ann Maria b. 1849MD. . 

John Sr. from 1814 to 1827 acquired 150 acres of land in lots #1641, 1642, & 1643 in 
Allegany County from: Samuel TomlinsonCson of John & Polly 'Mathews' Tomlinson, Villiam h 
Sarah(Sally) 'Mathews' Mattingly of Muskingum Co., Ohio, James Mathews, George Mathews, 
George Mathews, George Mathews, 4 Joseph 4 Betsy 'Mathews' Dilly. These five Mathews 
children had been deeded each a fifth part of the land by John Glazner, who evidently 
acted as their guardian as heirs of the estate of Chitty & Fanny Mathews who died without 
issue & this must have been aunt & uncle to Villiam, George, James, Betsy, & Sally 
Mathews. John Sr. paid each $300 for their 1/5 interests in the 150 acres ($1, 500) . 

On 9DEC1835, John & Mary Eckhart deeded land to Mathew St. Clair Clarke of Washington 
D.C. for $20,000 & signed their names with their mark 'J'. 

As a slaveowner, the 1830MD Census showed that John Sr. owned 8 slaves; 4 males under 
10 yrs. old, 3 10-24 yrs. , & 1 female 10-24 yrs. He also employed 1 free colored female 
age 24-36 years old. 

. . John's probate of 15SEP1836(37?) revealed that : 

John Hansel & Adam Eckhart acted as co-administrators. Value of the estate was 
$24,970.74 cash. A long list of claimants paid miscellaneous sums Including a Delila 
Eckhart & Jacob Hansel who owed or paid estate small sums. 

The heirs received: Mary Eckhart, widow $ 7, 200. 00 

John Eckhart, heir $ 1, 800. 00 

John McGettigan, heir $ 1 , 800 . 00 

John Forsythe , heir $ 1 . 800 . 00 

John Hansel, heir $ 1, 800. 00 

Adam Eckhart , heir $ 1 , 800 . 00 

John Hansel, Administrator of Estate of Jacob Eckhart... $ 1,800.00 

Samuel Bevans, Guardian for John S. Bevans $ 1,800.00 

Adam Eckhart, Guardian for David Eckhart $ 1,800.00 

. . . .Adam Eckhart & John Hansel split Administrator's commission $ 1. 248.53 

Maryland law evidently provided that John Sr.'s daughter's inheritance be paid to their 
husbands. Jacob Eckhart had evidently died and thus John Hansel was his estate's 
administrator. One daughter of John Sr. evidently was deceased and thus Samuel Bevans 
acted as guardian for their only child: John S. 



Eckhart , John (Continued) #«82-C 

.. (083) Mary Eckhart' s will of 3JUL1843 was probated July 1850 & read: 

"In the name of god amen, I Mary Ann Eckhart now of Monongalia County Virginia being weak in body but sound 
mind and memory, and calling to mind the uncertainty of life and the necessity of arranging my verdly if fiirs - 
do make this my last will and testament, hereby revoking all other or former wills and Testaments, First I 
hereby direct that my just debts shall first be paid, and after payment of the same and my funeral expenses I 
hereby devise and bequeath as follows vis; Secondly - That after my decease I direct that ay black woman 
flalinda shall be free - and that all necessary papers showing her freedoa be furnished to her," 

"Thirdly - That the children of said flalinda shall be free in manner following to Vz the boys at the age of 
thirty five and the girls at the age of twenty five Vs, Dennis of the age of 16 on the 5 of August 1843 - 
William 11 year old 4 February 1844 - Matilda 8 year old 16 of 1843 - Livinia Six years old the 16 May 1843 - 
Fielding three years old the 22nd of February 1843 and Martha one year old the 22 August in the year 1843 - The 
above named being the children of said Malinda - and any further ejicrease that said Malinda may have previous 
to my decease shall be freed in like manner at the ages of 25 and 35 years - Fourthly - to my Sona Adam Eckart 
and John Eckert I hereby give and bequeath the before mentioned negroes and ercrease until they shall by this 
will become free, and all the rest of my Estate of all kinds whatsoever, believing that the seaid Adas i John 
Eckart have greater claims upon me than any of the rest of my children except my afflicated son Oavid(1850 
Census listed as an Idiot) who is sufficiently provided for - But I hereby direct that of ay Estate, ay son 
John shall have my house hold k kitchen furniture to himself," 

"Fifthly I hereby appoint Edgar C, Wilson Executor to this my last will and testament, In Testimony whereof 
I have hereto set my hand and seal this 3d day of July in the year 1843" Mary Ann '/' Eckhert 

,, Witnesses; James Evans, Peter Davis of Monongalia County, Virginia(WV), 

In August 1850 the black slaves were appraised thus: Dennis (23yrs) , VilliamdTTrs) , & 
Fielding(10yrs) at S220 each. Lucinda was appraised at $200. All were handed over to 
son, Adam. Approximately $350 was owed the estate by Evan Ellicott 4 Richard Grays for 
purchase of unnamed negroe children(Lavinia, Martha, & Matilda ?). The notes were Judged 
worthless because Ellicott was insolvent and Grays was a blackman without property. The 
notes were marked 'B' and returned to the court. 

On 8APR1836 in Allegany County, Adam & John Eckhart Jr. filed for a ?rlt of Lunacy 
against their mother & case was carried to 1848, The outcome is unknown, but she seemed 
to be managing her own farm in Allegany County with several slaves & son, David, living 
with her. Whatever the dispute, Mary Ann Eckhart was living with Adam Eckhart in the 
1850 Monongalia County, Virginia Census just down the road from daughter, Mary 
Hansel (082-1). 

.. (082-2) Jacob's wife may have remarried after his death to a James Anderson (b. cl818MD) 
& had the following children: Uancy b.cl837MD ml854 Joseph Garret, William b.cl839MD, 
James b.cl842MD, Westley b.cl844JtD, Rebecca b. 1846MD, Edward b.cl849MD. Son. John 
Eckhart, is living with them in the 1850MD Census & is listed as an heir in her 1881 
probate with sister Rachel. (Josiah Porter served as guardian for Jacob's children, Rachel 
& John Eckhart in John Eckhart Sr.'s probate). Each of his children received $450 as 
their share of inheritance from John Eckhart Sr.'s estate. 

.. (082-3) Sarah's husband served as guardian for their son's (John S. Sevan's) inheritance 
from John Eckhart Sr.'s estate, which he turned into $2210 by 1850. John S. Bevans 
followed his Aunt, Mary Hansel (082-1) , to Iowa & in the 1860 Clayton Co. lA Census he was 
living next to John & Mary 'Eckhart' Hansel. In the 1870 I A Census, John & Mary Hansel 
were giving shelter to two of the Bevan's children: Catherine Ann & Charles. John 
Sevan's widow, Mary Elizabeth, remarried a Joseph Wolf (father of Sophrona Hansel wife of 
Strother - (#040-7) in Beulah, Kansas 4 died in 1914 at Tacoma, Washington. Jobn Bevan' S 
children : 1-John b. 1848MD d. 1861IA. . 2-Clara Imogene 1851-1922 m Samuel E. Baker (#047- 
4)..3-Katy b. 1852 m Aaron Sangston. . 4-Selia b. 1854. . 5-Catherine Ann b. 1856. . 6-Charles 
b. 1859. .7-Mary 5. d. 16MAR1863. . 8-Georgia m Peter Rogers. . 9-Lil m Jon Sangston. 



, Eckhart, John. 



(Continued) #«82-D 



, . (082-4) Adaa was a slaveholder like father & in 1850 Monongalia County VA Census owned: 
one male mullatoe 17 years old & one male black 12 years old. Adam's son, Jacob, was 
serving with Union troops in Company E, 7th Vest Virginia Infantry, when he was listed as 
'missing in action' at the Battle of Fredericksburg. 

. . (e82-5) Jolm Jr. also was a slaveholder & in the 1850 Monongalia County VA Census 
owned: 1 male black 20 years old & 1 female black 13 years old. 



i 



SDURCES i HISC INFO ' (RVSD 2iflU61987), 18ee-5» HD Census, 185e VA Census, 1836/37 Probate of John Eckhart Sr, 
Eckhart's «ill Honongalia Co, Hill Book I, p,217, Lorita Palter, Joflnne Galliiore, Virginia Kelly, 



Hary Ann 



I 
i 



HUSBATTD'S FULL MME: Darrow. Russel 



#«84-A 



BIRTH 



DEAIK 



C1775 ELAffi 



C1799 ELACE 
C182S SLACE 



BURIAL : ELACE 

QIHIR RESIDETTCES : Columbia Co. 

nCCUPATIOJTS : 

MTLTTARY RE^^QEIl: 

HIS FATHER: Darrnw. Capt. 



TColumbia County, New York 
?Cherry Valley, Otsego County, Uew York 
Cherry Valley, Otsego County, JTew York? 



ITf?, Florida, 



Montgomery Co. NY 
SEUiilQI: 



George 



JflM. 



MOTHER: Beniamln. Eliz. #169 



VIFE'S FULL MME : Eaton, Deliverance 
17MAR1780 PLACE 



#085 



BIRTH 

DEADi: 08APR1868 ELACE 

EIIEIAL: ELACE 



prob. Schodack, Renssaler Co. , Uew York 
Ashtabula, Ashatabula County, Ohio 

Ashtabula County, OhioCper 1882 Clayton Co. lA Hist.) 
OTHER RESIDENCES : Chautauqua County, N. Y (21830-1855 

OCCUPATIONS : Housekeeper RELIGinN : Baptist (1818-68) 

HER FATHER: Eatnn. Elijah #170 MOTHER: Mott. DsUvPrance #171 



CHTLDRKN/«SPnnSE 



DATE: 



PLACE; 



Census 1820:6 boys/4 girls 



1 ?San 


Ei2IK 


C1799 


?Cherry Valley, Otsego County 


New York 




MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 




2 Peter 

* Cross, Susan 

* C1808NY-1894OH 


BISTH, 
KARED 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


C1803 

01 MAR 1825 

APR 1890 


Cherry Valley, Otsego County, New York 
Cherry Valley, Otsego County, New York 
Plymouth Twp. , Ashtabula County, Ohio 
Maple Grove Cemeterv. Plvmouth Twd. . Ohio 


3 Daughter 


BIRTH 
HARRD, 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


C1805 


Cherry Valley, Otsego County, 


New York 


4 RoyselKRosYfeli; 

♦ Vaughn, Julian E. 

♦ 1841NY-1887KA 


BIRTH, 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


16FEB1807 

1834 

21MAY1880 


Cherry Valley, Otsego County, New York 
Mayvllle?, Chautauqua County, New York 
Asherville Twp. , Mitchell County, Kansas 
Ashervllle Cemeterv. Mitchell Countv. Kansas 


5 Matilda 

♦ Cross, Moses 


BIRTH 
MARRD, 
LIVTfG 
BURIAL 


C1808 

13JUN1826 

1860 


Cherry Valley, Otsego County, 
Cherry Valley, Otsego County, 
Plymouth Twp. , Ashtabula Co. , 


New York 
New York 
Ohio 


5 Son 


BIRTH 
JIARRD 
DEATH, 
BURIAL 


C1309 


Cherry Valley, Otsego County, 


New York 


7 Nancv 

* Kimball, Samuel S. 

* 1810CT-pl860NY 


BIRTH, 
MARRD, 
LIVKG, 
BURIAL 


C1810 
1875 


Cherry Valley, Otsego County, 
prob. Chautauqua County, NY 
Vestfield, Chautauqua County, 


New York 
New York 


3 George VasliiagtaD#<942 
♦ Stone. Ellen #«43 


RIRTH, 
MARRD, 
LIVNG 
BURIAL 


3MAR1815 

C1338 

1895 


Cherry Valley, Otsego County, 
Charlotte, Chautauqua County, 
Elk Twp, Clayton County, Iowa 


New York 
New York 


9 Daughter 


BIRTH, 
MARRD 

LIVIfQ, 

BURIAL 


C1817 
1830 


Cherry Valley, Otsego County, 
Chautauqua Co. NY with mother 


New York 


10 Rusc;pl 

♦ ? , Alice 

» 1822CT- 


BIRTH 
MARRD 

lum 

BURIAL 


C1818 
1860 


Cherry Valley, Otsego Co. , NY (per 1855NYCensus) 
Plymouth Twp. , Ashtabula County, Ohio 



i 






? 



Barrow. RusssT (Continued) »984-3-- ^ 

■ . CHILDRETT QF : (ITumbers tentative - Russel prob. had only nine children) 
Peter #084-2- l-Amanda b.cl827FY m George Lucas.. 

2-Lemuel b. 1829inr m Isabel Susan Pierce. . 

3-Villiam S. 3JUL1S31¥Y-6ADG1922J[I m Flavia A. Stewart ''1343-19250) . 
4-Francis (Frank P) b. 1333IY d. 4JUL1920OH m Thersa Larabee (1S35-80OH) 
5-Joseph C. b. 183517 m Hattie H. (Mercy) Lucas. . 
6-'Sorwan b. JUL18380H d. 1907OH. . 
7-Sarah b. 18390H m Albert Jerome Tilden. . 

8-Peter Hill 12]S'OV1841OH-27]IOV1909M m Cordelia A. Pelham(184e-1927M) 
9-Susan A. b.SEP18450H m Seymour L. Xorgan. . 
10-George Wilbur b. 305071847 XL d.8DEC1928CA m H Collard.K Davis SiE Carver 
11-James A. b.l(AR18490H m Hester H. Tilden.. 
12-Emma b. 18520H m Leonard Vare. . 13-Endicatt. . 
Roysell #084-4-l-Samuel Washington b. 22FEB1836IY d. 30SEF1909KS m Eleanor Seymour.. 
2-Russel b.clSSSiry d. 1917 m Mary McCraken. . 

3-Sally(Polly) b. cl840irY d. 1850. . 4-Francis M. b.cl842irY m Ebon Darrow. . 
5-Caroline b. cl846inr d. 1850IT. . 6-Sarah A. b. 160CT1847 m John Vernon.. 
7-Esther E. b. 1115185057 m Myron Chapel. . 
8-Mariah b.8JU518545Y m Homer Ames.. 
9-Hiram Roysel b. 15DEC18555Y m Alice Kimberling. . 
10-Eiiieline m in East & did not come to Kansas. . « 

Matilda #®84-5-l-Elizabeth Jane b.cl8285Y m J. M. Stedman. . '^ 

Crass 2-Almira b. cl830. . 3-Russel b. cl8325Y m Cirena Smith.. ^ 

4-Sarah b. cl8345Y. . 5-Joseph b.cl836 m Sarah Crowell. . ^ 

6-Susan b. cl8390H. . 7-Harriet b.cl8410H.. 
8-Charles H. b.cl845 m Rena Glasbee..9 Henry b. 18480H. . 
10-Hubert b.cl8510H. . 
Fancy #084-7-l-3-?Unknown. . ?-Orva b. 18365Y. . 

Kimtzail ?-Esther Eliz. b. 18375Y. . 
Russel #084-10-l-Eugene b. cl8415Y. . 2-William ¥. b. cl8435Y. . 
Ir^ 3-Addison 0. b.cl8465Y d. 17MAR1900MI m Betsy E. ?. . 

4-Albert b.cl8485Y..5-?.. 

..(084) Bussel Sr. appears in Census's as 'Darra' & ' Darrew' . Vidow, Deliverance, may 

have gone to Chautauqua County Sew York to be near Russel 's brother, George. 1882 Clayton -j 

Co. lA History says Deliverance died in Ashtabula Co. Ohio. Russel Sr. was quite likely 

born in either Albany or Columbia Co. , 5ew York. 

..(085) Deliverance is mentioned in the Vestfield 5Y Republican(APR1868 & V.ll,#10 Wed. 

2JU51875) as living to 90 years of age & the mother of Nancy Kimball, a Vestfield 

resident. The article mentions that Deliverance was the mother of nine children all of 

whom were living in 1868. In the 1850 Charlotte, Chau. Co. 5Y Census, she was living 

with her son, Russell Jr. . 

..Peter & wife, Matilda Cross, appear in 1830 Chau. Co. 5Y Census & moved to Ashtabula 

Co. OH around 1838. In 1850 Plymouth Twp. , Ashtabula Co. , OH Census, they are living next 

to George V. & Ellen Darrow & in 1860 next to Russel Darrow. 

..Roysell sold land in Chau. Co., 5Y in 1866. He lived for a time in Ashtabula County, 

Ohio before moving to Kansas. He was mentioned in uncle's 1815 will (see #168-4). 

. . lancy & husband lived in Chautauqua, Chau. Co., 5Y until at least 1360. Samuel did not 

appear in the 1860 5Y Census & probably was deceased by then. 

..Russel Jr's sons served in the Civil War: Addlsson 0. was a Pvt. in Company E, 125th 

Ohio Infantry. In his pension application, he was described as 5' 10" , brown hair, i blue 

eyes. Addison moved to Vermontville, Eaton Co. , Michigan in 1867 & died in Ionia, 

Michigan. William V. was a Pvt., Co. K, 125th Ohio Infantry & attended Addison while the 

latter was confined to a Georgia hospital during the war for dysentry. 



Darrow, Russel (Continued) W84-C 



gf]i!prrs % wt-r mn : (RVSO 15N0V19871987), 1882 Clayton Co, Ift History, 1829 Otsego NY Census, 18ie-79 Chau, Co, NY Census, 

1839-1809 QH Census, Pat Darro«, I880-190« KS Census, Leon Carver, Cherry Valley NY Sazette, Richard Kline, 

,, Although too old to be Russel born in 1773, A Russel Darrox received 2 pounds for service as a private in Capt, Leiuel 

Baley'5 Co,, Col, Lippet's Regiment, Rhode Island State Troops Sept, I77S, 

,,1829 Ednieston, Otsego Co, NY Census lists an Elijah Oarrow »hich »ould be a naiae that one »ould expect to be given to one of 

Russel i Deliverance's sons after the grandfather; Elijah Eaton, 

,,1.5FE31830, Prudence Oarrow of Otsego County larried Erasmus Clark of Seneca Falls, Seneca Co,, NY, 

,,1839 Chautauqua, Chautauqua Co,, NY Census lists a Roswell Darrow age 29-39 »ith t»o boys 19-20 4 one girl liJ-IS, If the 

same Roswell b,1887, children may be brothers 4 sisters, If not, perhaps older son of Russell with wife deceased, Note that 

Roswell b,1897 was not larried till cl834. 



mSBATO'S FULL MKE : Stone, Andrew 



#086- A 



BIRTH 



MARRD 
DKATH 



02JUL1791 ELACE 



C1816 ELACE 



14JUI1879 ELACE 



Iowa 



Whiting, Addison County, Vermont 
prob. Chenango County, ITew York 
Lodomillo Twp.?, Clayton County, 
EIIEIAL:BK l-llFV ELAC£: Hansel Cemetery, Garber, Iowa 

QIHEE. E ES IPEICES: 1820-Preston, Chenango County, NY, 1830-Solon, Cortland Co. UY, 
1840-Charlotte, Chautauqua County, Sew York 
Farmer? RELIGTQg : 



OCCUPATIQIS : 
WTLITARY SEOiEI): 
HIS FATHER: Stone. 



Josiah 



J122 WQTHFT?: -ReTinett . Lnl s 



»173 



FIFE'S FULL MWE : Crandall, Aurelia 



#087 



EiEia.- 09SEP1796 ELACE 
DEAia: 29DEC1859 ELACE 
miElAL: ELACE 
OTHER RESIDENCES: Preston, 
nccUPATIOTTS : Housekeeper 
HER FATHER ; C raadall 



Guilford?, Vindham County, Vermont 
Charlotte, Chautauqau County, Hew York 
Charlotte Center Cemetery, Charlotte, Few York 
Chenango County, 5ew York 

RELIGIQg: 
Sylysstsr iUA WOTHER: Barnes 



Xercy 



JLLZ5. 



HILDRE]?/ ESPOUSE 



DATE; 



PLACE: Census: 6 bQys/2 girls 



Artemus 



Penhollow, Phoebe 
1828CT-1902IA 



aisiH. 

MEED. 

DEAia 

.JHEIAL 



13APS1817 prob. Preston, Chenango County, lew York 

06DEC1885 Clayton County?, Iowa 
Hansel Cemetery, Garber. Iowa 



Ellen A. 



JM3l 



Darrow, George A. #042 



aiEia 

WARRD 
DEATH 
EHEIAL 



17AUG1820 prob. Preston, Chenango County, lew York 

cl838 Charlotte, Chautauqua County, Few York 
27F0V1878 Lodomillo Twp.?, Clayton County, Iowa 
Hansel Cemetery, Garber, Iowa 



Charles Henry 



Jackson, Mary Lucinda 
1830FY- 



aiEiii 

WARRP 

DEATH 
.JUSIAL 



18JU51825 Few York 

03JUL1848 Chautauqua County, Few York? 
25APH1912 Edgewood, Clayton County, Iowa 
Asbury Cemetery, Edgewood. Iowa 



Andrew 5. 



? , Olive 
1S34FY- 



BIRTH 
HAEED. 
LIVFG 

_BIIEIAL 



1828 Few York 
cl850 Charlotte, Chautauqua County, Few York 
1880 Lodomillo Twp. , Clayton County, Iowa 



VllUaa 



BIRTH 
UAEED. 
LIYITG 
RTTRTAL 



1829 Few York 

1850 Charlotte, Chautauqua County, Few York 



Hubbard 



McBride, Kezia 
1835FY-1913IA 



aiEiH. 

MEED. 

LUSGl 

_EIIEIAL 



APR1833 Few York 
Illinois 
1900 Baardman Twp. , Clayton County, Iowa 



Alden P. 



aiEiH. 

IIAEEH 

LLOG. 

.iUElAL 



1835 Few York 

1850 Chautauqua County, Few York 



EIEIE 

HAEEI" 

DEAia 

_EIffiIAL 



.(086) Andrew Sr. was 

.odomillo Twp. , Clayton 



living with daughter's, Ellen Darrow's, family in the 1870 
County, lA Census. 



.stone, Andrew (Continued) #®86-B 



. . CHILDREIf OF : 

Artemus #086-l-l-Rachel Alzina 25JUliri840]!rY-27JA]J1883 m 1857IA Philip Hansel (#40-2) . . 

2-George Franklin 8KAE1841irY-23SEP1936MK m Kartha Haught & '> Brownfield 

3-Ciiarles E. b.APR1850IfY d. lA m Rebecca Hansel (#80-1-3-?) 

4-Fran]i Adelbert 10DEC1853ffY-18APR1934IA m Adel Harbaugh & 
Mary Oehlert (Godf ord) . .5-Villliam 2JA]I1855-20APR1872. . 

6-Laura J. 5APE1859-29SEP1860. . 

7-Alice A. 31JUL1862IA-28MR1922IA m 1878IA John Feidt. . 
Charles #086-3-l-Mary b. 1850(Lucy m 29APR1866 Jaines L. Hawley:Elk Twp. C. Co.) 

2-Henry b. 1852]rr d. young?. . 3-Sainuel b. 1854111. . 

4-James b. 1856HT. . 5-Charles 'Herbert' 1858UY-1941IA m Esther Ekert. . 

6- Alexander 'Jackson' b. 30JUL1859/60 m Etta M. Orcutt. . 

7- Jesse A. 11MAY1862IA-1955 m Kinnie M. Smith: Edgewood lA. . 

8-Ella b.cl867IA m Sherman Smith: H.Crk. Twp., Del. Co. lA. . 

9-Myron b. 23APE1872IA m Cjmthia Bacon: Edgewood lA. . 
10-Bva b.29APR1875IA.. 
Andrew #086-4- 1-Gordon b. 1852PA. . 2-Otis b. 18550H d. 1929 m Annie ? .. 

3-Ida b.l857. .4-Eddie b. 1867IA. . 
Hubbard #086-6- (1-2) ? . . 3-Leona b. 1872IA m Harry Barnum: St. Olaf lA. . 

.. <087> Aarelia's gravestone in FT indicates that she was born 9SEP1805, but in census's 

she indicated ten years earlier; cl796 which I think is more accurate. 

.. (086-1) Artenis probably came to Iowa in the mid 1850' s possibly with brother-in-law, 

Richard Penhollow. Artemus was living in the Southern corner of Sec. 5 of Mallory Twp. 

in Clayton County not far from Richard Penahollow. 

. . <©86-3) Charles Henry was listed as a teamster in the 1850 Charlotte ITY Census. In the 

1880 lA Census of Lodomillo Twp. in Clayton County he was listed as a blacksmith. The 

1984 Clayton County lA History describes him as mail carrier on the stagecoach for 

fifteen years on the Edgewood to Elkport run in Clayton County lA. He also served as a 

minister h circuit preacher for the Church of the Brethren (Dunkards) . 

. . (086) Andrew S. with his new bride, Olive, was living in 1850 with the family of his 

brother, Charles Henry, in Charlotte, Hew York. 

.. (086-5) ¥illiaa appears in the 1850 Chautauqua Co. FY Census living with brother, 

Artemus. 

. . <086-6) Hubbard was a grain dealer in the 1900 Clayton Co. lA Census. (I have some 

doubts as to whether he was a son of Andrew Sr. ) His only surviving daughter who married 

Harry Barnum had at least two children; Ralph b.cl892 & Verdine b.cl909. 



SaVRCES \ fllSC INFO: (RVSD 31JflN1987), 1882 i 198* Clayton Co, Histories, 1856 Chautauqua Co, NY History Orpha Schrandt Elsie 

nallory, lA \ NY Census, 

.,1855 Charlotte, Chau, Co, Census sho»s a Nelson(Halcol») Stone b, Cortland Co, & a resident of Chautauqua Co, since 1839. 

,.The naae flrteius can be found in the Coventry, Kent Co,, RI records as given to the son of «illia» \ Lucy Stone b,19DEC1786. 

..18S5 Charlotte NY Census; NelsonCHalcoU) StoneOe) b, Cortland Co, NY Ivg Chau, Co, NY ISyears, 

,, Christopher Stone Ivg 19ee Fredericksburg, Chickasa* Co,, 1ft b,nAR1829NY d,14JUN19e6Ifl i Srace ? 

., Andre* Stone s//o Carder Stone b,6ftU61763Rl s/o Thoias Jr, b,cl74e s/o Thos, 12752-1-2 b,28HAR18e7 Ivg 1876 Delhi Ift 11827 

Priscilla Pepper at llilford, Otsego Co, NY, 



HUSBATO'S FULL MME : Wilkinson, Villiam 



#«92 



BISTH 



MRRD. 



C1778 ELAC£ 



C1802 PLACH 



1830 UA^ 



ELACE 



Dunkard Twp. , Greene County, Pennsylvania 



MSIAL: 

OTHET^ RESTDEICES : Springhill Twp. , Fayette County, PA 

QCCVPATIOHS: EELLiilQa: 

MILITARY S££QEI1: 

HIS FATHER: Vilkinson. Jnhn #184 MOTHER: 



#1S5 



WIFE'S FULL TfAWE : ? , Unknown 
EIBIH: C1781 ELAC£ 
LIVTfG : 1830 ELACZ 
WBIAL: ELAC£. 
OTHER RESIDENCES : 
OCCUPATIONS : 
HER FATHER: 



#093 



Dunkard Twp. , Greene County, Pennsylvania 



RELIGIQg: 
MOTHER: 



JL 



CHILDREN/ -tSPOUSE 



DATE: 



PLACE: 



1 Daughter 

* 

* 



MARRD 

LIVNG 

_EIIRIAL 



cl803 Springhill Twp. , Fayette County, Pennsylvania 
1830 Dunkard Twp. , Greene County, Pennsylvania 



2 Thomas 

♦ Hunt, Xatilde 

« 

* 



#«46 



#«47 



BIRTH 

MSSH 

DEAI2. 

.EIIEIAL 



cl806 Springhill Twp. , Fayette County, Pennslyvania 
cl830 prob. Dunkard Twp., Greene County, Pennsylvania 
cl833 prob. Dunkard Twp. , Greene County, Pennsylvania 



. (092) William was living next to Thomas in the 1830 Dunkard Twp. , Greene County, PA 4 
is the probable father or guardian of Thomas. However another male 20-30 is living with 
William in 1830 Census causing confusion. 

William could be a guardian of Thomas who may have resulted from the marriage of a 
Thomas Wilkinson to Sarah Long in 1800 in Greene County(per Leakey's 'Ten Itile Country'). 
This Thomas seemed to be deceased by 1810 with the widow, Sarah Long, appearing in the 
Dunkard Twp. census of Greene County with 1 male 10-16 & two daughters 10-16. However 
this boy would be to old to be our Thomas. Thus I feel more confident with William as 
father. 



SOURCES J. HISC INFO ' (RVSO 21N0V1986) Leakey, 1796-1859 Pft Census, 



pnSBAJD'S FULL MltE : Hunt, Jonas 



MESH 
DKATH 

mRUL 



06JUL1772 PLACE ; 

28HAY1809 ELA££ 

1839 ELAC£ 

ELACE 



Hunterdon/ Mercer County, Hew Jersey 
Dunkard Tvfp.?, Greene County, Pennsylvania 
Morgantown, Monongalia County, Virginia (W) 



««94-A 



QIHE£ RESIDEICES : Springhill Twp. 
CX:cnPATTQtfS : Farmer 

lilLIIAfil SECQEn; 

HIS FATHER: Hunt. Joshua 



Fayette Co. , PA 



RELTCTmT : Presbyterian? 



-ilSa MOTHER: 



VTFE'S Em.L 1TAME : Seaton, 
EIEia:cl2JU3ri732 PLACE 
DEATH : 25APR1858 ELA££ 
ElffilAL: PLACE : 



_2ara2L. 



#189 



OTHER RESTPEITCES: Morgantown, Virginia (W) 
nccUPATimrS : Housekeeper 
HER FATHER: Seaton. James 



Jane (Janet) 

prob. Cumberland Twp. , Greene County, Pennsylvania 

Mai lory Twp. , Clayton County, Iowa 

Bethel Cemetery, Osterdock, Clayton County, Iowa 



#095 



RHT.TGTmT: Presbyterian? 
#190 MOTHER: CI arte. Marv 



#191 



CHILDREN/ *SPQgSE 



PATE: 



_ELACEi. 



IJfaiiida *9A7 BIRTH 

»l)¥llklnscm,Thos.#«46 MARRD 
*2) Baker, Henry MARRD 
* DEATH 

» EHBIAL 



26SEP1810 Greensboro, Greene County, Pennsylvania 

cl830. Greene County, Pennsylvania 
18DEC1840 Morgantown, Monongalia County, Virginia (W) 
18SEP1877 Clayton County, Iowa 
Bethel Cemetery. Qsterdock. Clayton Co. . Iowa 



2 James 
« Denis, 

* 
* 



Jennie 



aiEia 

MARRD 

LIYffiL 

JBMUL 



28DEC1812 Greensboro, Greene County, Pennsylvania 
cl832 Greene County?, Pennsylvania 
1840 East Monongalia Twp., Monongalia County, VA(W) 



3 Sally (Sarah) 



» Zearley, David M. 
t 1815-1919 

» 



BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEAia 



26SEP1813 Greensboro, Greene County, Pennsylvania 
18SEP1839 Morgantown, Monongalia County, Virginia (W) 
02JUL1874 



4 Mary Clftrk 



* Single 

» 



D£Am 



10OCT1815 Greensboro, Greene County, Pennsylvania 
14AUG1895 Mallory Twp. , Clayton County, Iowa 
Bethel CfPTWtf^ry. Qsterdock, Clayton Co. . Iowa 



5 VlUlam 



♦ Hartley, Delilah 

* 1819-1886IA 



MARRD 
DEAia 
BURIAL 



13SEP1817 Greensboro, Greene County, Pennsylvania 

1843 Morgantown?, Monongalia County, Virginia (WV) 
17FEB1889 Mallory Twp.?, Clayton County, Iowa 
Bethel Cemetery, Qsterdock. Clayton Co. . Iowa 



6 Elizabeth (Betty) EtBIH. 
* Hansel, George MARRD 
» 1817MD-1890IA DEAIS 
» (#080-1-1) BURIAL 



16APR1S19 Greensboro, Greene County, Pennsylvania 
25APR1842 Morgantown, Monongalia County, Virginia (W> 
16OCT1905 Clayton County, Iowa 
Bethel Cemetery. Qsterdock. Clayton Co. . Iowa 



7 Joshua 
♦ Lockhuff, 



Sarah 
(Trowbridge?) 
1823-1889 



IIA££I1 
DEAia 
BURIAL 



22AUG1820 Greensboro, Greene County, Pennsylvania 

cl844 Morgantown?, Monongalia County, Virginia (¥V). 
24APR1871 Elk Twp. , Clayton County, Iowa 
Bethel Cemetery. Q sterdock. Clayton Co. . Iowa 



8 MargarPt 



MARRD 

DEAItt 

_BIIEIALi 



22AUG1820 Greensboro, Greene County, Pennsylvania 



« 
« 

t 

.. (094) Jonas on 13II0V1826 purchased 18 acres in a track called 'White Oak Flat' on 
Dunkard Creek, Dunkard Twp. , Greene Co. , PA from his brother, Joshua Jr. , for $100. The 
18 acres represented Joshua Jr.'s inheritance from his father. 

On 6DEC1836, Jonas & Jane Hunt sold 72 acres & buildings in 'White Oak Flat' to Lewis 
Gapen of Monongalia Co., VA for $1,000. This was probably in preparation to their move 
to Monongalia County. 



.Hunt, Jonas (Continued) #«94-B 



■ ■CHTLDT^KT OF: 

Sarah #«94-3-l- Jonas H. b. 1840VA. . 2-Anna d. pl882IA. . 3-Matilda Jane b. 1844VA. . 
Zearley 4-Allen b. 1846 d. pl882. . 5-Mary Frances b. 1848 m Simon J. Jones.. 

6-Jolin J. b. 1851. . 
Villlam #094-5- 1-Iancy Jane b.20SEP1844 d. 1921 m John V. HanseK #040-4) . . 

2-Mary Catherine b. 7APR1846 d. 1928.. 

3-Cinderella b.20CT1847 d.25KAY1918 m John Hansel(#080-l-9) . . 

4-Vinfield b. 18FEB1849 d. 1851. . 5-George Thomas 1851-1861.. 

e-James Marion b. 14SEP1852 d.2APR1948 m Elizabeth Dinges. . 

7-David Joshua b.25JIII1857 d. 1924.. 

8-Henry Melton b. 12SEP1859 d.27FEB1930 m Anna Patrick. . 9-Baby. . 
Eliz. #«94-6-l-Rebecca Jane b.9Jinfl845 d. 1919 m Rufus C. White.. 
HflTifiPl 2-Vm. H. b.24JU]ri847 m Mariah White.. 

3-Sarah Matilda b.30SEP1850 m John Rice.. 

4-Philip L. b.20JU3ri853 d. llJU]!ri931 m Josephine Averitt. . 

5-Mary Katherine b. 13SEP1855 m James Harry. . 

6-John Franklin b.7JA]ri865 d. 10FEB1949 n Rose Parker.. 

7-Jonas. .8-Elzy. .9-Francis. . 10-Jacob (7-10 died young). . 
Adapted: (jeorge C. Hansel & Anna Bell Robinson 
Joshua #«94-7-l-JanBS C. b.6JAI1845VA d. 15FEB1916IA m Mary R. Shaw.. 

2-Mary Matilda b. 1846 d. 1902VA m Solomon Lyons. . 

3-John Vm. b. 140CT1859 d. 295071889 n Mary B. Swisher.. 

4-Jonas b. 14JUH1854 d. 7DBC1910. . 5-Henry b. 1863 Ida M. Hyde.. 

6-Sarah Jane m Charles Landls. . 7-Francis 1848-1865.. 

8-Thonas E. b. 15MAR1852 d. 7DEC1880/90 n Sidney Jane Swisher.. 

. . Jona's ¥111 Written in Greene County, PA 6JUL1826: 

"The last will and testament of Jonas Hunt of Monongalia township Green County, I Jonas 
Hunt considering the uncertainty of this mortal life and being of sound mind (blessed be 
Almighty God for the same) do make and publish this aiy last will and testament in manner 
and form following (that is to say) first I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife Jane 
Hunt all ay perslnal and real property during her life of widow Hood and at the 
expiration of widow hood or at her death I wish all of my property both real and personal 
sold at the expiration of that time, and the money equally divided anong my children 
which is as follows James, Matilda, Sally, Mary, Billy, Betty, and Joshua, Item I wish my 
children to be educated (say common education Reading writing and arrithmatlc) . " 

"I hereby appoint my said beloved wife Jane Hunt my executrix and JaiKs Seaton Jr. my 
executor of this my last will and testament hereby revoking all former wills by me nade. 
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the sixth day of July in the year 
of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty six." Signed: ' Jonas Hunt ' 

Witnesses: James Seaton Jr. & Thomas P. Seaton 
. .Resworn DEC 1839, Monongalia County, Virginia (WV) 

JaMs Hunt (administrator of Dad's estate) reported 25APR1841 in Monongalia Co., VA: 

Value of Real Estate & Personal Property 4 2, 431. 00 

Cash on hand at death of Jonas $ 10. 00 

lote of Joshua Hunt j 33 . 00 

lote of Samuel Stillwell [ " j 3.99 

Total Value of Estate 5 2 477. 00 

Estate paid small sums to; Fielding Kigers, Thomas Swans, Henry Bakers, William 
Baldwin, W. J. Wiley, and James Chadwick. 



Hunt, Jonas (Continued) 



#«94-C 



,.1841 Valuation of Jona's Estate : Jona's 130 acre farm was valued at $2,000 4 personal 
property at $431 which included: 



4 Beds, bedding, a bedsteads., $ 40.00 

13 Sheets & coverlets $ 15. 00 

1 Tinie piece $ 10 . 00 

1 Bearaugh (Bear rug? ) $ 6 . 00 

1 Breakfast Table $ 2. 00 

Lots of candlesticks & spoons. $ 4.50 

8 Slit bottom chairs $ 2.00 

2 4 2 books $ 1 . 00 

Lot of twols $ 7.00 

4 Old cyths $ .50 

1 Rifle gun $ 3. 00 

Sachel 4 stillyards $ 2. 50 

3 Meat tubs, 3 fat tubs, churn$ 3.50 

2 Sowes $ 1 . 50 

Old wheel & reel $ .50 

1 Saddle $ 8.50 

10 Pieces Patinettle(?) $ 9.00 

Kitchen cupboard & furniture.. $ 5.50 

2 Asces $ 1.50 

1 Lot of old gears $ 10 . 00 



Log chains & old chains $ 

Lot of old irons 4 wedges. . . $ 
2 Shovels, 1 spade, & mallet$ 

1 Loom, 4 Reels, & spools. ..$ 

2 Big Wheels $ 

1 Trogh * 

1 Small harrow $ 

Cutting box $ 



forks S rakes $ 



Vagon $ 

Harrow $ 

Roan mare $ 

Bay mare $ 

18 Head of sheep $ 

4 Calves $ 

4 Yearling calves * 

3 Two jesiT old cattle S 

3 Milk cows $ 

7 Head of stock hogs S 



5.00 

3.00 

2.50 

10.00 

4.00 

7.00 

1.00 

.75 

.75 

24.00 

3.00 

45.00 

60.00 

25.00 

8.00 

20.00 

22.00 

45.00 

14.00 



In a deed certified 26JAJI1850 in Monongalia County, VA, the heirs of Jona's Hunt sold 
the 130 acre farm to John Eckhart Jr. (See #082) for $2,050. The farm was 2 miles from 
Morgantown bounded by the lands of Col James Evans, Adam Eckhart (See #082), 4 others. 
Jonas had bought the land from a Lewis Gapen when he moved to Monongalia Co. from Greene 
Co., Pa. in the late 1830' s. James Hunt had evidently sold his interest in the farm to a 
Charles S. 4 Edith Dancer who signed the Deed of Sale along with the heirs: 

Jane Hunt, Vllllaa Hunt 4 Delila I Hunt, Henry Baker 4 Matilda P. Z Baker 

George Hansel 4 Elizabeth X Hansel, Joshua Hunt 4 Sarah Hunt, 

David M. Zearley 4 Sarah I Zearley, Mary C. H Hunt, 
..095) Jane, widow of Jonas, appears in the 1840 Monongalia Co. VA Census as head of the 
household. She moved to Clayton County, Iowa in 1850. In the 1856 lA Census she is 
listed as 76 years old which would make her birth cl780 vs 1782. 

. . (094-3) Sarah 4 husband, David Zearley, moved to Iowa in 1850. In the 1882 Clayton Co. 
lA History, David was a member of the Methodist Episcopal church. Masonic Lodge, 4 a 
Democrat. He farmed in Clayton Co. twenty years, taught school winters, 4 after selling 
his farm was running a temperance saloon in Osterdock, Clayton Co. , Iowa. 
.. (094-5) ¥illiaa 4 wife, Delilah, moved to Iowa in 1850 from 7irglnia(WV) where they 
bought 130 acres of land. In the 1882 Clayton County lA History they were members of the 
Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Villiam held several Mallory Twp. offices 4 was a 
Democrat. 



SOURCgS % HISC INFO ' (RVSD 26DEC1986), Honongalia Co, WV Vital Records, Jona's Mill Hono. Co, «V Bk.I,p,121, 18ee-185» Pft . 

Census, 1848 Vfl Census, 1858-192S lA Census, Lorila Palaer, Sheila Toikins, Jean Hahesy, Ruby Holes, 

,,1829il83e Sreene Co,, PA Census shows a lale about saae age as Jonas living »ith Hunts, brother? 

,,A Daniel Hunt(b,18l3PA) of unknown relationship appears in Dist. 36, Bonongalia Co, living next to Henry \ Hatilda Hunt Baker 

»ith *ife Catherine(b,cl828VA) 4 children; Williai b,cl844VA J Sarah b,cI846VA, He had wrried Helinda Tribbey I2DEC1842 at 

norgantown, VA & 15APR18S9 larried Catherine Horris, 'U: 

..In 1863, Honongalia County seceeded froi Virginia & foried part of Vest Virginia. 



HUSBAgP'S FULL gAME : Schottmi/ller, Antoni 



MEIZ 



17JAI1749 ELACE 



26APR1779 PLACE 



DEAIE 
BIISML:27JAI1829 FLACK 



24JAIfl829 ELAC£ 



QI2ER RES I DEUCES: 79yrs at 11:30PM death. 

QCOTPATIQgS: Court Official 

MILITARY EECQBJlr 

HIS FATHER: Schottmi/n Pr. r, hrist1?in 



Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
Harxzell, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 



#129 



RELTGimT: Roman Catholic 



WIFE'S FULL MWE : Axtmann, Catherine (Katharin) 



#240 WOTHET?; 



22APR1749 ELAC£ 



SAZI2: 
DEAI2: 
BUEIAL: 30JAiri825 ELACE. 



Grazin. Maria Chris tina #:?41 

#121 



28JA51825 PLACE 



OTHER RESIDENCES : 75 3/4 yrs at death 

QCC7PATIQIfS: 

HER FATHER: Axtm ann. Jnsephiia 

CHTLDRETTZ-iSPnUSE DATE: 



Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
Maranzeller Cemetery, Marxzell, Baden, Germany 



RELIGIOIT : Roman Catholic 
J2M MOTHER: Vaguer. Maria Barbara 



»243 



PLACE; 



IJIaxia Anna EIEIIl 

* Benz, Johann Michael MA RED 
» DEAIH. 

* s/Q Micliftgl WRIAL 

2 Joannes (son) SIEIE 

* DEAia 
♦ EIIEIAL 



11FEB1780 Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
18OCT1802 Marxzell, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 



22MAR1782 Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
20SEP1734 Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 



3 Maria Magdel 

* 

« 

* 



ena 



aism 

MSSH 

DEAia 

JMRIAL 



26APR1785 Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 



4 Joseph 

♦ Kunz, Maria 

« 

* 



#060 aifiia 



Anna #061 MARRD 
DEAIH. 
EIIEIAL 



07MAS1787 Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, 
24SEP1810 Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, 
15MAY1364 



Baden, Germany 
Baden, Germany 



5 Agnss 



* 

» 

6 Barbara 

« 

7 

* 



aiEiiL 

DEATH 
BURIAL 



14SEP1790 Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
13JUL1376 



BIRTH 

ElEAIH. 

.MRIAL 



JA51794 Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, 
11MAY1794 Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, 



Baden, Germany 
Baden, Germany 



aiEiH. 

DEAia 
RHRIAL: 



CHILDRETT OF: 
Maria #120-1 
Efinz. 



-: -Maria Josepha b. 9FEB1805. . : -Magdalena b. 41IOV1808. . 
-Johanns George Benz b.8JA51809 m Josephine Valliant. 
-Carl Friederich Benz(2550V1844-1929) 



... (120-1) Maria Anna's grandson, Carl Benz, founded the Benz Auto Company which merged 
with the Daimler Auto Company in 1925 and today the Daimler-Benz AG markets cars under 
the Mercedes-Benz name. Pfaffenrot has named a school in his honor 4 Marxzell maintains 
a museum containing some of his creations. 



SOURCES k niSC INFO; (RVSO 92JUL1987) Vital Records SeneralUndesarthiv Karslruhe, LDSLIB I1947S34-37 



HUSBATO'S FULL ITAME : Kunz, Benedikt 



aiEiH 



MRRD. 
DEAIH 



02FEB1762 ELACE. 



19IfOV1787 ELACE. 



14N0V1833 PLACE 



Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
Marxzell, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 



#122 



mmAL: PLACE : 

OTHER RESTDE1TCES: 72yrs at death which occurred at 3:00AM. 

QCCUPATIQHS : Farmer RELTGTniT : 

WILITASY SECQfili: Probable Baden service. 

H I S FATHER; Kunz , JoSftphn ^ #244 WOTRER: Wflvln. Francisr^ 



Roman Catholic 



VTFE'S FULL MWE: Obreiter, Maria Anna (Susanna) 



#245 



#123 



02FEB1770 PLACE 



BTRTH : 

DEAIH: 12MAY1819 PLACE 

SIffiiiL: 13MAY1319 PLACE 

OTHER RESIDEJfCES : 49yrs, 3mo, 9dy at death (? 8:30AM 



Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
Marxzell, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 



QCCVPATIQHS: 

HER FATHER: Obreiter. .Tnc;pph 



CHILDREN/ -tSPQUSE 



RELIGION : Roman Catholic 
#245 MOTHER: Gl azerln. SalmnP 



#247 



DATE: 



PLACE: 



1 Franciscus Ignatius 
* 



_ BIRTH 
DEAia 
ggRIAL 



AUG1788 Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
AUG1788 Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
Marxzell. Karlsruhe Distr ict. Baden. Germany 



Maria Anna 



_«2&i. 



Schottmiiller, 
Joseph #060 



MREE. 
DEAI2. 
BVRIAL 



19APR1790 Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
24SEP1810 Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
20MAY1845 Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
Marxzell. Karls ruhe District. Baden. Germany 



Franciscus Josephus 



BIRTH 
MBSH 
DEAI2. 
BURIAL 



045071792 Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 



Fredrika 



BIRTH 
DEATH 

.EHEIAL 



07MAY1794 Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
21JAS1797 Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
Marxzell. Karlsruhe District. Baden. GerTnany 



Maria Fredrika 



BIEIH. 
XARRD 
DEAIE 
BURIAL 



220CT1797 Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 



Joannes ITeopucenus 



DEATH. 
_EII£IAL 



16MAY1800 Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 



Phi in pus 



BLRItt 
DEATH. 

RHRTAL: 



27JA51807 Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 

28JAiri807 Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 

Marxzell. Karlsruhe District. Baden. Germany 



SOURCES & HTSC INFfl ' (RVSO I8AU51987), Records Qf Sererallandesarchiv Karlsruhe, West Sersany, L0SLIB»ie47534-37, 
,, Baden was a Grand Ouchy ruled by the Grand Dukes at Karlsruhe until 1918. 



I 



I 



mif^ATO'S FULL MME : Hannan(Hannon) , ? 



#124 



BISTH 



ELAC£ 



MBM- 

DEAIH: 

BURIAL: 

OTHER RESIDEITCES : 

OCCUPATIONS : 

MILITARY EECQBIi: 

HIS FATHER: 



ela(:e 



ELACE 



RELIGIQIf : Roman Catholic 

WOTHFR: 



VTFH'S FULL TTATfE: 

BISIR: 
DEATH : 



# 



ELACE 
ELACE 



BURIAL.: ELA££ 
OTHER RESIDEgCES: 



OCCUPATinUS: 






RELIGIOH: 


HER FATHER: 


MOTHER: # 


CHILDREII/*SPOUSE 




DATE: 


PLACE: 


1 John 

» Roach?, Catherine 

» 17987-1868IA 

* 


BIRTH 
KARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


24JUL1848 


Ireland 

Hew York? 

Centre T»fp. , Dubuque County, Iowa 


2 Cornelius 
* Single 
* 


BIRTH 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


C1803 
05JUL1875 


Ireland 

Concorde Twp. , Dubuque County, lovfa 


3 Janes V, 
* Single 

* 


BIRTH 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


C1805 
20JAffl881 


Ireland 

Concorde Twp. , Dubuque County, Iowa 


4 Mic:hflel #«62 
♦ Wallace, Catherlne#«63 

* 


BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


1807 

C1838 

03JAiri855 


Effin Parish, County Limerick, Ireland 

Hew York? 

Centre Twp. , Dubuque County, Iowa 


5 Daughter 
* Gibbons, 
♦ 
* 


BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH, 
BURIAL 


pl900 


Limerick City, Limerick Co. , Ireland 


6 
* 
* 
* 


BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


- 


7 
* 
* 
* 


BIRTH, 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 





..1840 Census, John 4 Michael's families living in Dubuque County, Iowa. Cornelius may be 
living with John's family & James with Michael's family because the census enumerates an 
older man in each family. Both came to Iowa around 1838. 

'..James & Cornelius had farmed the same farm in Concorde Township valued at $6,000 in 
1870 Census. Evidently 700 acres was in Cornelius's name because a legal battle 
developed among claimants upon death of Cornelius. 



, Hannan, ? (Continued) #124-B 



I 



..CHILDRES QF: 

John #124-l-l-?John b.cl819IR d.cl886IA m Mary McDonald.. 

(John came to lA (51842 & parents may be in doubt).. 
2-Johanna b. 1837IT m Andrew Considine (1826IR- ).. 

Dau. #124-1-1-Lizzie Gibbons. . 2-Annie Gibbons Ivg Limerick, IR 1898.. 

Gibbons 

■ ■ John's wifp. Catherine, brothers, Michael & Cornelius, & Michael Roatch (Roach) were 

named co-administrators of his estate. 

..Michael Roach(b. 1801IR) , Timothy Reagan (co-executor of Micheal's estate), & Hicheal 

Hannan moved to Iowa around 1838. 

. . Cornelius's estate was involved in a complicated legal battle by those who claimed to 

be heirs. Cornelius moved to Iowa around 1836. 

. . ilaneals. estate consisted of 38 acres & John Hannon Jr. was named administrator. James 

had come to Iowa around 1852. 



snuRCfS i HTSC TNFH - (RVSD 12DEC1986), 18i»-1925 lA CENSUS, LaVerne Elliott, Dubuque Co, Ifl Vital Records, 
,, DUBUQUE COUNTY lA VITAL RECORDS (UNKNQVN RELATIONSHIPS); 

Donald Hannan b,1786 County Liierick, Ireland buried Dubuque County, lA, 

Father Hathias Hannan is mentioned several tiies in Dubuque Co, lA Catholic larriages during the 18S9's, He died in 1999 in 
Wisconsin, 

Thoias Hanon, 49IR, a teacher, h/o Hartha, appears in 1850 Census vith the following children; Jaies 18NY, Ann 15NY, Thoias 
13NY, Villiai 11NY, 

Jerry Hannon i Bridget HannonCi Lawrence Burke) aarried in 1856's in Dubuque County, 



mJSBAJTO'S FULL ^TAHE : 



BTRTH 



1742 ELA££ 
110CT1776 ELAC£ 
15DEC1818 ELA££ 



MMD. 

QIHE£ REST DEUCES 
QCCUPATIOTfS : 

ttlLIIAfil S££QEn: 
HIS FATHER: 



Helm, Johann Hinrich(Heinrich) 

?Gulzow, Stavenhagen Parish, Hecklenburj, Germany 
GLilzow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg, Germany 
Giilzow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg, Germany 



#144-A 



ELAC£ 



WIFE'S FULL MME : Duhrkap(en) , Catharina Elizabeth 
EHEIH: ELACE: 



RELIGIQIT : Evangelical Lutheran 
JIQIEEBj 



#145 



DEAIH: 

EIIfilAL: 

OTHER RESIDEITCES: 



ELACE 

PLACE : 



HER FATHER: Duhrknp. ?.Tah;^nTi Christian 



y2S8 



SPELLING V ARIATTQITS : Durkop 
RELIGIQg : Evangelical Lutheran 
MPTHER: £. 



CHILI>RE S/*SP Q7 S E 



DATE: 



PLACE; 



1 Jahann Christian *<a72 EAEI2. 
» Becker, Christina #073 MA5RD 
* 1778GE-1827GE DEAIH. 
♦ EHEIAL 



12JAI1779 Giilzow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg, 
O9FEB1802 Scharpzow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg 
?03JA]ri845 Gulzow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg 
?05JA]n845 Gulzow. Stavenhagen Parish. Mecklenburg 



2 Frigdricli Heinricti EAZIZ. 

* Broker, Sophia Dor. MARRD 

* 1783GE-18?? DEAI2. 

* d/a Jnh. Heinrlrh BURIAL 



24SEP1783 Gulzow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg 
105071809 Pribbenow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg 
10DEC1856 Giilzow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg 



3 Eva Maria EAZIZ. 

* Pulss, Johann Xtpher MARRD 

* 1778GE-18?? LIISS. 

* s/o jQh. Fr1sder1c h BURIAL 



710FEB1786 Gulzow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg 
20OCT1808 Scharpzow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg 
1823 Scharpzow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg 



4 Anna Sopiiia.,, 



SA£I2. 
DEATH 

.MRIAL 



05JA51790 Giilzow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg 
12APR1791 Gulzow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg 



5 BAPT2 

* HAEEE. 

* DEAIH. 

* EHEIAL 

Possible additional children: 

Sophia Dorthea b. 40CT1777 to Citizen Helm at GiilzowCaltho a Hans Christopher Hillnan is 
mentioned in the baptismal record also).. 

. . (144) Jahann Hinrich died of exhaustion. He may have had a prior spouse. He may have 
been related to the Johann Peter Helm who married Maria Dorthea lessen at Pribnau on 
24MAY1753. 

. . (145) Catharina Duhrkop may not have been of the Giilzow area because there are few 
Duhrkops mentioned in the records. One clue to other relatives is the Christian Duhrkop 
who was a godfather for Johann Christian(144-1) at his baptism(other g/parents: Joh. 
Hienrich Broker 4 Dorthea Wagenecht). Christian Duhrkop quite likely was the father of 
Catharina. 



Helm, Johann Heinrith (Continued) #144-B 



■CHILDRE¥ OF: 

Fried Hein, #144-3-l-Sophia Johanna b.3MAn812 Gulzow. . 
2-Cliristian b.4JA11814 " .. 

S-Joachim Christian b.4JA]ifl815 <5at in 1819 Census) d. 9N0V1842GE. . 
4-Maria Dorthea Johanna Augusta b. 24JA]iri817 d. 220CT1882GE 

m Joachim Holl & ? Erikson. . 
5-Johann Heinrith b. 15AUG1819 Gulzow d.7APR1902GE m Joh. Dor. Helwig 
6-(iaifi) b. 10IOV1821. .r-dVIIT) Johanna Sophia.. 
8-Joachim Jacob Friederich b.5JA]J1826 d. 16APR1832 Gulzow. . 
Eva Maria #144-4-l-Johann Friederich b.28FEB1809 5eu Bauhof d. 11FEB1827 Scharpzow. . 
Puiss (Johann Christian Helm #072 g/parent at baptism) 

2-Frlederich b. 27FEB1809. . 
3-Heinrietta Sophia Fredrika b. 3MAR1810(1812?) Gulzow 

ml834 Johan Bohring 
4-Joh Joachim Heinrich b.6JU]ri812 d. 12FEB1867GE. . 
5-Caroline b.6JA51817.. 

6-Johann Friederich Vilhelm b. 280CT1819. . 
7-Helmuth Martin b. 13JUL1823. . 
8-Joh. Maria Dorthea b. 15071821 ml835GE Joh. Gustave Brokers. . 



SOURCES i niSC TNFfI- (RVSO 15QCT1987), Stavenhagen Lutheran Records LDSI5957e-74, 

.,I7ICT1836, naria Heli 6ub8aue?(6ilo»?) died b,1777(age59) Stavenhagen - unknown relationship, 

,,130CT1777, Citizen Heli died at 6ulro* at age 7e - probable father of 1144, 

,,I3JVL1823, Eva llaria Hela ■ Johann Friederich Pulss at Scharpzo*, 

,,28N0V18e3, Cath. Sophia Heli died at age lli years at Scharzo*, d/o ? Kelt, 

..28N0V18e3, Heinrica Sophia Frederika Pulss born to Johann Pulss & Eva Oor! Hell? at Scharpzow, 

.,84JUL1777, Catharina Baria Dorthea Heli born to Florentina Heli at 6ulzo« - probably illegili«ate(g/parents' Anna Dorthea 

Welters, Sophia Eliz, Borchard, Christina Frederika Buriarter). 

Hecklenburg «as divided for adiinistrative purposes between Schwerin J Strelitz, Stavenhagen, Hollenhagen i Kargow were in 
the Strelitz area, which is in the extreie Eastern part of Hecklenburg about 75-85 ailes North of Berlin, Newbrandenburg is on 
the Eastern edge of Strelitz and during VV II was devastated by Russsian forces as they loved Vest to leet allied ariies in 
April of 945, It can be assuied that the cities 4 towns of Stavenhagen, Sulzow, Scharpzow, Sullen, Hollenhagen, Kargow 4 
Schlon let the saie fate as Neubrandenburg as described by an Aierican Any Chaplain, Francis Saipson, who was being held as a 
POW by the fierians in a cup near Neubrandenburg ( 'Aierican Ecclesiastical Review', Harch 1947); 

_ With the sound of artillery 4 the dropping of leaflets by Russian planes in late April 1945, Gerian civilians panicked 4 the 
roads were soon jaiied with wagons loaded with cherished faiily possessions, children, and old people. The Serians headed 
west, hoping to escape the Russians, preferring anything to falling into their hands ' 
In the evening of April 28, 1945, the Russians arrived at Neubrandenburg ridmg on'hundreds of tanks, sweeping aside Serian 

«r;*ll!!l* ♦:' I!!!"^ ! ' ! * ^'""' 5"" '" *'"^ direction, they looked lore like the old flexican revolutionaries out 
on a spree than the any of one of the great powers of the world ' 

bJIifiVL^r f!" ^*i' *"''*'' '**"?""'^"''"^9 *" ' »" of'fi"« "hich rose higher and higher as the night passed, It 
burned all th next ay. There was scarcely a building that was not razed to the ground; the Catholic Church, s rangely j, 

enough, was aliost the only large building preserved," ^ ' m 

•The heat froi the burning city becaie intense and' lighted the (POy) caip as brightly as daylight, The Aiericans kept call 1 

The Russians swept on to nearby Stavenhagen where a siiiliar fate awaited any 6enans who reiamed, 



HnSBATTO'S FULL NAME: Becker, Johann Friederich 



#14ft-A 



BIRTH 



C1731 ELA££ 



ELA££ 



16JAI1804 PLACE 



DEAIH 

BIIT^TAL : lSJAiri804 PLACE 

QIHE£ RESIPEffCES: 
ncciiPATiniS: 

WTLTTARY RECORD: 
OTHEP SPOUSES : 

HIS FATHER: 



Mecklenburg, Germany 

Scharpzow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg, Germany 
Scharpzow, Staveahagen Parish, Mecklenburg, Germany 

RELTGTnTf: 



JJDIHJEfii 



VTFE'S Ftn.L TTAME: Lorenz, Maria Louisa(Eliz) (Frederlka Maria Eliz. ) 



#147 



ELA££, 



BIPTH : C1735 PLACE 
DEAIE: 04DEC1811 
BURIAL: 08DEC18 11 
OTHER PESTDEgCES 
QCCUPATTOTTS : 
OTHER SPOUSES: 
HER FATHER: 



Mecklenburg, Germany 

Scharpzow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg, Germany 

Scharpzow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg, Germany 

RELIGIQg: 
MOTHER: 



CHILDREN/ ESPOUSE 



DATE: 



_PLACE: 



1 Magdelena Maria BIRTH 

♦ Venzel, Joch. Fried. MARRD 

♦ DEATH 
» BURIAL 



2 Christina Maria #073 aiEIH. 
» Hela, Joh. Itian #«72 MEED. 
* DEAI2. 
* BURIAL 



1778 Scharpzow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg, 

09FEB1802 Scharpzow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg, 

16JA51827 Scharpzow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg, 

18JAgl827 Scharpzow. Stavenhagen Parish. M ecklenburg, 



3 Joachim 

* ? , Maria Dorthea 

* 
* 



BIRTH 
MEED. 
DEAIH. 
BURIAL 



4 Sophia Dor. 
* 



Frgaeri]£a birth 

MARRD 

DEAia 
EIIEIAL 



13JUL1787 Scharpzow, Stavenhagen Parish, Mecklenburg, 



5 Caspar .Inachlni BIRTH 

» Jorsch, Anna Maria MARRD 
* DEAIE 
* BURIAL 



. . CHILDREN OF : 

Magdelena #146-?1-Christian b.23JA11805 (#072 4 #073 g/parents) 
Venzel 2- Johanna Maria Dorthea b. 10JUiri812 d. 14DEC1855 (#072 g/ parent) 

3-Carl Joachim Christian b.5CX:T1817 Scharpzow.. 
Joachim #146-?-l-Johanna Maria b.cl801 d.4FEB1804 Scharpzow (5 IW years.. 

2-Joachim Christian Friederich b.7AUG1808 d. 155071808 Giilzow 

(#072 Joh. Christian Helm g/parent at baptism) 
Casper #146-?-l-Saphia Maria b. 12JUL1801. . 2-Johanna ab. 265071802. . 

3-Magdelena Johanna Christina b. 30DEC1804. . 

4-Maria Frederika b.8DEC1809.. (All born at Scharpzow) 

..This family group may need more research to clarify contradictions 4 eliminate errors. 

SOURCES >. tll'^r TNFH ' (RVSD 16QCT1987), Stavenhagen Lutheran Records LOSt 69579-74, 

.,aCT1731, Christian Becker i Catharina Zarends(Larends) at Scharpzo»,, 

,,29JUL1732, ' Becker born at Scharpzow,, ,inAR1767, Johann Becker s/o Florentina Becker born at Scharpzow,, 



I 



mrSBAFD'S FULL ¥AMH: Mancke (Mahncke) , Joachim Friderich 



BI£IS 
M2£R 
DEAia 
ElffilAL 



19AUG1745 ELACE 

23APR1752 PLACF 

18SEP1809 ELACE 

PLACH 



Siilten, Kittendorf Parish, Mecklenburg, Germany 
Kittendorf, Mecklenburg, Germany 
Kittendorf, Mecklenburg, Germany 



#148-A 



OTTTER RESTDEgCES : 
QCCUPATIQIJS ; 
KILITASY BECQEJi: 
HIS FATHER: Mancke. 



RELIGIOJ: Evangelical Lutheran 



Hans SI 1 vert 



WIFE'S FULL YAME : Vulf f (Vulf fen) , Anna Dorthea 



#296 MOTHER: 



J122Z- 



BTRTH : 19MAY1738 ELACfi: 
DEATH : 20MAY1822 ELACE^ 
BIffilAL: ELACE 

OTHER RESTDETTCES: 

QCCUPATIQgS: 

HER FATHER: Vulf fen. Fri^dPrich 



#149 



Kittendorf, Mecklenburg, Germany 
Kittendorf, Mecklenburg, Germany 



#298 



CHILDREN/ -tSPnUSE 



DATE; 



RET.TGTmr: 
MOTHER: 



Evangelical Lutheran 



#299 



PT-ACE: 



TterhrffTifi Pried. #«74 
Gllow, larla D. #675 



BIRTH 

HAEfia 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



Christiana Dnr. 



BIRTH 

MARRP 

DEATH 

_SflSIAL 



19JAJ1771 Kittendorf, Mecklenburg, Germny 
015071305 Kittendorf, Mecklenburg, Germny 
21JUI1852 Kittendorf, Mecklenburg, Germany 



04AUG1776 Kittendorf, Mecklenburg, Germny 



Anna Dnrthea 



aiEia 

MARRP 
DEATH 
EHRTAL 



16AUG1779 Kittendorf, Mecklenburg, Germany 



BIRTH 

DEAia 
.BURIAL 



Eisia 

MARRP 

DEAIE 
.ElffilAL 



BIBIH. 

MARRP 

DEATH 

.BUEIAL 



aiBIH. 
MARRP 
DEATH 
.BIIElALi 



(149) Anna Dorthea Vulff was 81 years old at death in 1822. 



mnm t wT<!r tmfh. (rvso 190EC1986), Kittendorf S Siilten Church Records 



mi??BA¥D'S FULL JTAWE : Schmidt, ? 



aisia 



ELAC£. 



#156- A 



ELACE 



ELACE 



MEED. 
DEATH 

EUSIAL: ELA££ 
OTHER RESTDETCES : 

QCCUPATIQNS: RgLTGTmT : 

ALTERNATE SPELLING; Schmidten, Schmiden (Feminine 'en' dropped after cl800) 

MILITARY ^EQQSJl: 

HIS FATHER ; wother: 



VTFE'S FULL MME : 
EISIH; ELACE 

DEATH: ELACE 

aiffilAL: ELACE 

OTHER RESIDEIfCES: 



OCCUPATIONS: 




EELiaioa: 

MOTHER: 




HER FATHER: 


# 


CHILDREN/ ♦SPOUSE DATE: 


PLACE: 






1 Jaiana iW73 BIRTH : 
»?¥araken,Chrlstlna#«79 MABED. : 

* DEATH : 

♦ BURIAL: 


2 BIRTH •• 

* MARRD •• 

♦ DEATH : 

« RIFRTAL: 


3 BIRTH : 

* MARRD : 

* DEATH : 

* BURIAL: 





SDURCgS 1, HTSr mn - (RVSO 26HflR1987) Federo* i Schlon Lutheran Church Records LDSI 69«99 h 69604-e5, 

,,Qnly Schmdt in 1819 Kargo* Census i possible brother to Johann; Jacob Sottfried Schiidt b,I8SEP17S7 Schwasdorf/Sr, Drato* 

5/0 Johann Fnederich Sch»idt(1728-7SEP1808 Schlon) d,27JUN1835 Kargo» i2S0CT1793 Schlon, Christiane Haria Preston b,28S£P17SI? 

Schlon, 

-Johann Sottfried «, b,9AU61794 Schlon 

-Sophia b,27flU618»l (no record of birth found for this girl/suspect she is d/o Johann Schiidt) 

-Hanna Haria Sophia b,27APR18eS Kargot, 
,,Joachi« Theodore Ludnig Schiidt d,lSEP1813 Kargo* tl91 years of age,, 

,,1819 Schlon Census shows; Ludwig Schiiidt b.!FEB1771 Schlon i Augusta Sophia 6i»itz(b,SflU61772 Schlon) & children; Johann 
b,16JANl808, Ulrich b,lAPR1819, Harie b,17FEB1812, Friederich b,4l1AY181S, I Charlotte b,19AU61815,. 
,, Christopher Ernst Schiidt b,cl739 Speck d,26FEB1824 Scharzenhof/Federo» Parish,, 



I 



miSH ATTIC'S FULL ^TAME : Hentzel (Hansel) 



Eisia 



MAEEJa 



OEATH 



C1723 ELACE 



PLACK 



SEP1781 ELACfi 



Palatinate, 



John Micheal 
Germany 



#160-A 



Berkeley County, Virginia (W) 

Sheperdstown, Jefferson County, Vest Virginia 



Reformed Lutheran 



RHRTAL : ELACE: 

QIHEE. RESIDEirCES : Windsor Twp. , Berks County, Pennsylvania 

OCCUPATIONS : Farmer RELTGTQg : 

MILITARY SECQEn: 

OTHER SPOUSES : 2) Backrider, Mary 1DEC1779? Shepherdstown, VA(W) d. 1DEC1789 

HIS FATHER: Hentzel. Johann Loj-eniZ #320 MOTH ER: ?. Catharine ETiz. 



#321 



VTFE'S FULL SAME : Dewalt, Anna Catherine 



#161 



C1727 ELAC;£: 
pl780 ELACS: 



D£AIIi: 

EHEIAL: PLACE: 

OTHER RESIDENCES : 

OCCUPATIONS : 

HER FATHER: Dewalt. Abraham 



Southern Germany? 
Virginia? 



RELIGION: 
#322 MOTHER: ' 



Anna Catherine #323 



CHILDREN/ * SP Q? S E 



DATE: 



PLACE; 



1 La v^ gnce 



♦ We 1 Shane, Esther 

* 1754-1840 



aiEiE 

MARRD 

DEAia 

.MRIAL 



09NOV1747 Berks County, Pennsylvania 
30NOV1808 Jefferson County, Virginia (W) 



2_E1lLLLp #«8« aiEIH. 

» Clapsaddle, Hannah MARRD 
* #«81 DEAIH. 
* ElffilAL 



cl750 Berks County, Pennsylvania 
1820 Frostburg, Allegany County, Maryland 



3JIi£Mai aiEIH. 

* Hirsch, Mary Barbara MARRD 

♦ 1765-18510H DEATH 
* EHfilAL 



09NOV1753 Berks County, Pennsylvania 
17JtAS1778 Virginia? 
15JUL1836 Fairfield County, Ohio 
Stukey Cemetery. Fairfield County. Ohio 



4 Catl;erlae 

* 



DEAIE 
BURIAL 



02JAN1756 Windsor Tvfp, , Berks County, Pennsylvania 
Died young? 



5 Qggrgg 



*1) Walton?, Barbara 

*2)Endler, Margaret 

» 

* 



BIRTH : 1758 Berks County, Pennsylvania 

HAEEIi:!) 1782 

MARRD :2)17JAN1795 Shepherdstovm, Berkeley County, Virginia (W) 



DEATH 
.MEIAL 



6 Anna Elizabeth 



♦ ?Moore, John 

* 



ELBm 

DFATH 

dVRlM 



1835 Frederick County, Virginia (W) 



11DEC1760 Windsor Twp. , Berks County, Pennsylvania 



7 Eve (Wa ry Eve) 



♦ Hess, George Balser 

* 1747-1806 

* 



DEAia 
BURIAL; 



22JAN1763 Berks County, Pennsylvania 

1782 
26JA]iri855 Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio 



■ CHILDREN BY SECOND WIFE-MARY BACKRIDER : 



S Mary 



♦ Babb, David 
* 



BIRTH 

DEATH 
.^MIAL 



01JAN1781 Shepherdstovm, Jefferson County, Virginia (W) 
05JAN1863 Eaton, Delaware County, Indiana 



9 Un JjU QVfi t 



BIRIE. 
MEED. 
DEATH. 
RHRIAL 



Unborn at John Micheal 's death. 



. . Jefferson 
1863. 



Berkeley Counties seceded from Virginia St became part of West Virginia in 



Hgntrpi (HflTise i ■> , TnhTi Wicheal (Continued) f le'^B 

■■ CHTLDBEl OF : 

Lawrence #160-1-1-Jolin. . 2-David m Uancy Miller.. 

3-lliclieal m Elizabeth Myer. .4-Sally m William Killer. . 

S-Catherine b. 1796 m Henry B^oontz; Allegany Co. MD. . 

6-Elizabeth m Folk. . 7-Mary m Henry Coutchnan. . 

8-Daniel m Hannah Button. . 
Micheal #160-3- 1-Henry b.27MAR1781 m Kate Punsey. . 2-George b. 16SEP1782 m Mary Walters 

3-John b. 10JU51784 d. 1817 m Peggy Zerbey. . 

4-Catherine b.21MAY1786 m John Ifyers. . 

5-Anna Maria b.26MAY1789 m George Engle. . 

6-Sarah b.25MAE1792 d. 1815 m Samuel Stukey. . 

7-Elizabeth b. 19MAR1794 m Jacob Erick. . 

8-Margrita b.3MAE1796 m George Crook.. 

9-Magdalena b.29MAY1798 d. 1669 m John Giesy. . 
10-Susan b. 12SEP1800 m William Crook. . 
George # 160-5- 1st Earriage: 1-Elizabeth b. 5SEP1784. . 2-John b. 30JA]!ri786. . 

3-George b. 1789. . 4-Susannah b.cl791 m Jacob Oiler 

5-Barbara b.cl793 m Robert Fisher. . 6-Catherine b.cl794 m Alex. Roe.. 

2nd Karriage: 1-Joseph b. 1797. . 2-Margaret b. 1798 m Fathan Chapnan. . 

3-Sarah b.cl799 m Jos. Files. . 4-Kicheal b. 26MAY1801. . 

5-Thonas Jefferson b. 225071812. . 
Mary Eve #160-7-l-Daniel m 1819 Sarah Gordon. . 2-Mary Ann m 1802 Henry Krieder. . 
Hess 3-Balser m 1809 Sarah Imnell. . . 4-Mary Eve m 1807 Emanl . Krieder.. 

5-Catharine m 1808 John Oiler. . 

e-Mary Salome ml 1814 Emanuel Carpenter, m2 1819 Samuel Carpenter. . 

7-Elizabeth m 1812 Isaac Keyes. . 8-Susan m 1817 Isreal Carpenter.. 

9-John Moses ml Elizabeth Moore, m2 Mary Ann Peoples. . 

. . (16«) John licheal on 13MAY1778 deposited 5 shillings Virginia money with Nicholas 
Mclntire 4 wife Abigail for 278 acres in Berkeley County, VA (today Jefferson Co. , WV) and 
on 14 MAY purchased land for £1,100 Pennsylvania money & obtained a Deed of Release from 
Mclntire. 

Those descendants of John Micheal who remained in Berkeley 4 Jefferson County area used 
the 'Hensell' spelling 4 the following served with the Confederate States Army during the 
Civil War: V. 4 R. S. with the 2nd Virginia Infantry (Stonewall Jackson Brigade), William, 
Ed, 4 Scott with the 1st Virginia Calvary (Stuart ' s Brigade). 

Executors of his will sold off the 278 acre farm in three parts from 1784 to 1799 for 
sums of £455 Pennsylvania currency, £360 Virginia currency, 4 the last 91 acres for 
£386.15.00 VA currency. 

. . <16©-1) Lawrence paid $40 for a piece of property in Cumberland, Allegany Co. , Maryland 
which son Micheal inherited 4 sold to brother-in-law, Henry Couchman, in 1809. Lawrence 
4 brother, (}eorge, served in the Revolutionary War. In DEC1776, they volunteered for 
service in Captain William Morgan's Company. They marched from Sheperdstown, Berkeley 
County, Virginia to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and seen battle at Brunswick, FJ. 
..(16^2) Philip although not mentioned in father's will, received a parcel of body 
cloaks from the estate 4 £16 Pennsylvania currency in Aug 1784. 

. . (16^-5) (}earge after his first tour of duty in the Revolution was discharged at 
Quibbletown, 5.Y. in April 1777. On April 5, 1781, George was drafted into the Berkeley 
County, VA Militia in C^pt. Vestal's Company under Gen. Muhlenburg. George marched from 
Shepherdstown to Fredericksburg, Richmond, Raccoon Ford, 4 finally to Yorktown 4 remained 
till British Gen. Cornwallis surrendered being discharged on 8AUG1781. From 1833 till 
death, CJeorge's pension was $20/annum. 

.. (16«-7) Mary Eve's husband, George Balser Hess, was a Captain in the Revolution 4 
served seven years. His name is listed at the Valley Forge Chapel. 



SOURCES i HISC TNFfl: (RVSO 21N0V1987), lA 6enealogical Surnaie Index, Caraen Hissildine, Hove i Sausaian, 6eorge Harden, 



Hansel, John Mi c heal (Continued) #160 



.. Will s Estate of John Micheal Hansill ; Proved Sep-Nov 1781 #160 

"In the name of God Amen the 23rd day of August in the year of our Lord 
one thousand seven hundred and eight one. I Michael Hansill in Berkeley 
County and in the Commonwealth of Virginia, being verry sick and weak in 

BODY BUT of PERFECT MIND AND MEMORY THANKS BE GIVEN UNTO GOD THEREFORE 

calling to mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed 
for all men once to die to make and ordain this is my last will and 
testament that is to say principally and first of all i give and recomend my 
soul to the hands of god. that gave it and my body i recommend it to t ht 
Earth to be burried in a Christian like and decent manner at the discretion 
OF MY Executors, nothing Doubting but at the General Resurrection I shall 

RECEIVE the same WO UR L D Y ESTATE WHERE WITH HATH PLEASED GOD TO BlESS ME IN 
THIS LIFE I GIVE AND BEQUEATH AND DISPOSE IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER AND FORM. 
IMPRIMUS I GIVE UNTO MY BELOVED WIFE MAY HANSILL FIRST AND FORMOST THE FULL 
AND JUST APPERIALS AS FOLLOWETH A GOOD BED ONE COW AND HEFFIER ONE OLD SOW 

AND One Barrow and two young shoats two iron potts one big and the other of 

THE MIDDLE SIZE TO TWO BUTTER BASONS TWO PLATES AND THREE SPOONS OF THE SAME 
AND TWO EWES AND AFTER MY DEBTS IS PAID SHE IS TO HAVE FIFTY POUNDS HARD 
MONEY OUT OF MY ESTATE BESIDE WHAT IS MENTIONED AND IF THAT CHILD WHICH IS 
EXPECTED SHOULD LIVE AND GROW UP AND COME TO HIS OR HER AGE SO IT IS MY WILL 
THAT THE SAME CHILD SHALL HAVE THE EAQUEAL PART OF MY ESTATE LIKE THE REST 
OF MY OTHER CHILDREN AND TO GIVE SAID CHILD SCHOOLING LIKE THE REST OF MY 

OTHER Children and my Dear beloved wifc.Mary has her own Choise after 1 am 
Deceased to live with what child of mine she ever pleased till to her Death 

THAT IS so long AS SHE CONTINUES A WIDOW. IT IS SPECIALLY MY WILL THAT SHE 
should live WITH MY BELOVE DAUGHTER ELIZABETH, AND TO FIND HER HOUSE ROOM 
FIRE WOOD AND STABLEGE FOR HER CREATURES AND IF MY DEAR BELOVED WIFE MARY 
DIES OR AFTER HER DEATH THE ESTATE WHAT IS LEFT FROM HER IS DIVIDED IS TO BE 
;DIVIDED IN EQUAL PARTS AMONGST ALL MY CHILDREN FURTHER IT IS MY WILL AND 
PLEASURE THAT THE PLANTATION TO BE SOLD AND AFTER THEM BONDS IS PAID WHAT I 
AM YET INDEBTED ON SAID PLANTATION THEN THE REST OF THE SUMS OF MONEY IS TO 
BE DIVIDED IN EAQUEAL PARTS AMONG ALL MY CHILDREN THAT IS TO SAY THAT ONE OF 

MY Children shall have as much as the other but to my olfest son Laurance I 
leave him thirty pounds in hard money more than his eaqueal part clear above 
the others of my children. and- it is my will after my death my youngest son 
George shall have a mare and to my Daughter Elizabeth is my will that she 

SHALL HAVE A MARE AND TWO SHEEP TWO IRON POTTS A PUTHER PASON A DISH AND SIX 
plates and a half a DOZEN OF PEWTHER SPOONS A BED AND A CHEST AND SO LIKWISE 

Mary Hansill shall have the same articles as aforementioned. And it is my 

WILL that the rest OF CATTLES AND OTHER HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE HORSES AND SO 
FORTH SHALL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC SALE AND SHALL BE DIVIDED IN EAQUEAL PARTS 
AMONG THE CHILDREN SO AFORESAID FURTHER IS MY WILL THAT IF ANY OF MY 
CHILDREN DIES BEFORE THEY COME TO AGE OR HAS A FAMILY OF THEIR OWN THAT 
THEIR PARTS SHALL B EAOUEALLY DIVIDED AMONGST IHi'THAT LIVES FREELY BY THEM 
AND THEIR HEIRS AND TO BE ENJOYED FOREVER, AND IT IS MY WILL THAT ALL BONDS 
NOTES OR ANY DEBTS TO BE DIVIDED AMONGST ALL MY CHILDREN AFORESAID. AND I 

LIKEWISE Constitute and appoint my well beloved son Laurance Hansill and 
John Moore to be my only sole Executors of this my Last will and iestament 
and i do hereby disallow revoke and disannull all and every other testament 
wills and legacies requests and executors by me in any wise before time made 
willed and bequeathed ratifying confirming this and no other to be my last 
WILL AND Testament. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and 

AFFIXED MY SEAL THE DAY AND YEAR ABOVE WRITTEN. SIGNED: " MICHAEL HANSILL " 
..WITNESSES: WILLIAM COFFEROTH S HENRY TARNEY 



mT.?RA?m'S FULL TTAXT?: Clapsaddle, George Franciscus 



RTT^TH 



MRSH 
DEATH 



02Mn729 ELAC£ 



ARBVD PA 17^13 



#162-A 



ELACE. 



ELAC£ 



EUaiAL: ELA££ 

QIHEE. RESIDEIfC ES : 

OCCUPATTOHS : Miller (grains/ lumber)? 

illLITAEY RECmJi: 

HIS FATHE5: Clappsaddle. Franri;^ 



Ittlingen, Baden, Germany 

Pennsylvania 

Peter's Twp. , Franklin County?, Pennsylvania 



WIFE'S FULL lAME : 

DEAIIi: 

OTHER RESIDETTCE5 : 

PCCUPATIQgS: 
OTHER SPOUSES : 
HER FATHER: 



PLACE 
ELAC£: 
PLACE 



RELIGIQI : Reformed Lutheran? 
ff324 MOTHER: ? . Rnsi t,^ 



#325 



#163 



EELJJimi: 
MOTHER: 



CHILDREN/ tSPQUSE 



DATE: 



.£LAC£i 



1 Qeargg Mchasi BIRTH 

* Gilbert, Christina MARRD 

♦ DEAIH. 
♦ aSEIAL 



21JUL1750 Hannover, York County, Pennsylvania 
Pennsylvania? 
18?? Columbiana County?, Ohio 






BIRTH 

DEAIH. 
BURIAL 



175? Pennsylvania 
MAS1810 Peter's Twp., Franklin County, Pennsylvania 



3 Elizabeth 



* Unknown Spouse 



BIRTH 

MEBU 

DEAia 

_BMIAL 



piaio 



4 Michael 
# ? 

« 



Barbara 



BIRTH 
DEATH 



175? Pennsylvania 
MAE1810 Peter's Twp., Franklin County, Pennsylvania 



5 Sufyinnflh (Hannah) #«»! BIRTH 

♦ Hansel, Philip #«80 MARRD 

♦ DEAIH. 
♦ SimiAL 



cl758 York or Franklin County, Pennsylvania 

C1785 

pl812 prob. Frostburg, Allegany County, Pennsylvania 



6 Daughter 



BIRTH 
HAERD 
DEAIH. 
BURIAL 



BIRTH 
HARSH 
DEAIH. 



. . (162) George 
ship 'Hope' on 
because he was 
named Hans Jer 
I may have the 
May have lef 
records sons, 



appears in Ittl 

its arrival in 

underage & was 

ick who also cou 

wrong 'George' 
t children a Gri 
Michael, John, & 



ingen Church records but not on passenger list of of the 
Philadelphia on 28AUG1733 with parents. This was probably 
not a paying passenger. Francis Clapsaddle had another son 
Id have used 'George' & thus there is the possibility that 
on this sheet & may have to substitute Hans Jerick. 
st Mill 4 Saw Mill because in 1782 Cumberland Co. PA tax 
George are taxed on the mills St 350 acres of land. 



, ■ Clapsaddle. George Franciscus CContinued) #162-3 



. . CHILDREZr OF : (numbers subject to change) 

George #152-1-1-Jahn d. 18460H m OH Elizabeth Keefer <d. 1872) llkids. . 

1810: 2 boys 10-16yrs, 1 16-26yrs, 1 girl <10, 3 10-16yrs, 
2 16-26yrs, 
?-Jacob m 1812KD Elizabeth Brooks. . 
Michael #162-4-1-4 boys?/l girl all under 10 in 1810. . 

. . <162-1) George Jr. served in the Revolutionary Var for the period 1780-82 in the 4th. 
Battalion, Cumberland County Militia. He was a freeman in 1781 in Peter's Twp. of the 
then Cumberland Co. PA. Evidently owned an interest in a Grist Mill & Sawmill with 
sisters 4 brothers (perhaps inherited from father) & is mentioned as a brother in John's 
will for which he served as co-executor. The 1881 Stark Co. OH History ties George Jr. 
to George Sr. George Jr. moved to Columbiana Co. Ohio in 1814 where on Oct. 19, 1814 he 
bought land for SI, 892. Son, John, saw service in the War of 1812. 

. . (162-2) John served, 1781-82, in the Revolutionary Var under Captain Walter McKinnie in 
the Cumberland County Militia. In 1796, Peter's Twp. taxed him on 30 acres of land, 1 
Grist Mill, 1 Saw Mill, 4 1 horse. His will was dated 4 probated APS 1810. He stated 
that all money and ^ the bonds, notes, book accounts, (be divided) between myself and the 
heirs of Michael Clapsaddle deed., to my brother George & sisters (prob. includes Hannah m 
Philip Hansel) & heirs of sister Elizabeth, deed. He specified that the grist mill i saw 
mill were not to be sold. He appointed George Clapsaddle 4 Daniel Rldenour (married to a 
Clapsaddle sister?) as executors. 

. . (162-4) Michael served from 1781-82 in the Revolutionary Var as a private under Z&'pt. 
Valter McKinnie in the Cumberland Co. PA Militia. In the 1781 Peter's Twp., Cumberland 
Co. PA Tax Records, he was taxed on a saw mill 4 grist mill as well as 350 acres of land. 
He also had 4 horses 4 5 cattle. In 1796, he was taxed by Peter's Twp. on 150 acres of 
land, 3 horses, 4 4 cows. He died prior to his brother John in 1810 4 wife, Barbara, 4 
Daniel Ridenour acted as executors of his estate. 

.. (162-5) Susannah's husband, Philip Hansel (Hentzel) , was granted on 2APR1812 Letters of 
Administration in Franklin Co. PA for his wife's inheritance (probably her share in the 
grist mill 4 saw mill). Suspect that she had died in 1812 (or prior) 4 with the death of 
brothers John 4 Michael, the Clapsaddles were in the stages of selling the mills which 
would explain why George Clapsaddle Jr. left Franklin Co. in 1814 for Ohio. She was also 
known as 'Hannah' but named one daughter 'Susanna'. 

SOURCES i HISC INFO' (RVSD 16NQV1986), Doris Postal, 'Revolutionary Soldiers of Franklin County(PA)", Franklin Co, Pfl probate 

records, 1881 Stark Co, OH History, Charles Bo*nan, 

..Franklin Co, Pfl *as part of Cuaberland Co, Pfl until 178i, 1796 flontgoiery Tup,, Franklin Co, Pfl lists a Francis Clapsaddle 

with an occupation of 'joiner', 

,,Qriisbury Clapsaddle b,21.JflN1329 Hagersto»n, HO d,22JAN188? il849 Springfield QH Nary Randolph 



Kn??RA¥D'S FTTLL WA>tE : Eckhart, George, Adam 



ARRVD PA 1750 



#164- A 



BISTH 



C1729 PLACE 



16DEC1755 PLACE 



04JUL1806 PLACE 



Bavaria?, Germany 

Franconia Twp. , Montgomery County, Pennsylvania 
Eckhart Mines?, Allegany County, Maryland 
Eckhart Farm, Eckhart Mines, Maryland 
PA?, Frederick Co. , MD 

RELIGIQg : Seformed Lutheran 
Continental Army? 

SPELL I IG VARIATIQHS : Echard, Ecert, Eckert, Eckardt, Eckhardt, Ackard(t), 
HIS FATHER: Eckhart. George Adam? £222 HQIEEEi 



DEATH 

ElffilAL.: PLACE 

QIHEE. RESIDENCES : York Co 

ncClTPATinTTS : Farmer 

MILITARY RECQEI): Revolutionary Var 



WIFE'S FULL SAME : Vittmeyer, Maria (Anna Maria) 
aLEia: C1732 PLACE 

DEAia: 28AUG1812 PLACE 
aiLEIAL.: PLACE : 



#165 



Eckhart Mines?, Allegany County, Maryland 
Eckhart Farm, Eckhart Mines, Maryland 



OTHER RESIDENCES : Montgomery County, PA 
OCCUPATIONS : Housekeeper 

HER FATHER: 



BELLiimi: 
l^OTHER: 



Reforiaed Lutheran 



CHILDREN/ ESPOUSE 



DATE; 



PLACE: 



1 George (Adam?) 



BAEIZ. 

»?Kraemer, Maria Margr. MEEH 
♦ LLYHS. 
» BURIAL 



03MAR1757 Franconia Twp. , Montgomery County, Pennsylvania 
05SEP1775 Lebanon County, Pennsylvania 

1820 Yanceytovm(Tanneyto>m?), Frederick Co., MD 



2 Kll^^aheth BISIR 

* Stoyer, John Tobias MARRP 
» 1762PA- LIVNG 

» c;/n Tobias 'Steyer' BURIAL 



09AUG1761 Franconia Twp. , Montgomery County, Pennsylvania 
30JUN1789 ?Cumberland, Allegany County, Maryland 
1850 Allegany County, Maryland 



3_Saj:aJi 

» Loar, Jacob 
* -1827 
♦ 



HIRTH 
MARRP 
LIVNG 
RTTRIAL 



cl766 Pennsylvania? 
1827 Allegany County, Maryland 



* ? , llary Ann 
♦ 



*«82 BIRTH 



#«83 MARRP 
DEATH 



C1768 Pennsylvania? 

cl836 Eckhart Mines, Allegany County, Maryland 



5 Katherine 

* White, Archibald 



BIRTH 
HARRD 
D£AIE 
BTOIAL: 



22JAN1793 Cumberland, Allegany County, Maryland 
pl840 Allegany County, Maryland 



. . (164) George Adam arrived at Philadelphia Saturday 11AUG1750 aboard the ship "Patience" 
under Capt. Hugh Steel from Rotterdam via Cowesdsle of Wight) England. Since there were 
two George Eckharts aboard, it is quite possible that the other George Eckhart was his 
father. They had probably departed from their home in the Southern portion of Germany as 
early as May 1750 & had spent weeks floating down the Rhine passing many custom posts 4 
spending several more weeks at custom posts at Rotterdam in the Netherlands 4 at Cowes, 
Islae of Wight, England. 

George Adam may have been the George Adam Eckhart who in 1768 at Annapolis, MD swore 
allegiance to Pennsylvania & the King of England. The George Adam Eckhart who arrived in 
Philadelphia in 1774 may have been son (Jeorge returning from a visit to Germany. 

He may have lived in the York Co. PA area because the "The Loar Genealogy" quotes a 
Mrs. Emma Betz, who had lived in the Frostburg MD area most of her life, who claimed 
"that Jacob Lower, the Eckherts, Steyers, Beemans, Staups, and the Chaneys, came from 
York Co. PA at the close of the Rev War, and settled around Eckhart and Frostburg MD. 



-Rckhart . Geor g s Adam. : (Continued? ■ ■ , , ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ f 164-B — 

■■CHILDREg QF: 

George #164-1-1- 5 girls/5 boys including John b.cl8i35 & George b.cl810.. 
Elizabeth#164-2-l-Saraii b. 5]tAY179eiMD m22APR18161ID Gideon Butler.. 
Stover 2-John b.9IIAR1792. . 3- Absalom b.29AP51794. . 

4-George b.6DEC1796HD m Lydia ?. . 5-Elizabetli b. 18APR1799MD. . 
6-Margaret b. 20SEP18011O). . 7-John Jacob b. 28OCT1803MD d.240CT1878in). . 
8- James b. 28JA]fl806. . 
Sarah #164-3-l-Elizabeth b. 13FEB1788MD d. 9JU51874PA? m 1806MD Joirn Funk 
Lflan 2-Jolm 120CT1789KD ml Hester Stephen m2 Emily Porter. . 

3-George b. 110CT1791MD m Margaret Einehart. . 
4-Sarah b. 13JA51794MD m William Huoberson. . 
5-Catherine b. 1796MD m John Hayport. . 
6-Barbara<Barbary) b. 20IOV1799MD m George BeemEUi. . 
7-Mary(Polly) b. 1802 m George Staup. . 
8-Margaret Rebecca b. 16JU11803 m Jared Dawson. . 
9-Susanna b. 151IAT18081CD d.9JA51881MD m cl827 Jesse Chaney. . 
10- Jacob b. 29AUG1809MD d. 211IAR1891M) ml Mary Winter, m2 Ann Winter Ross 
ll-Henry b. 181 IMD m Catherine Winter. . 
Katherlne#164-5-l- 
Silifi. 

George in his will refers to a debt ow ed him by Henry Stevenson on Pipe Creek in 
Frederick County, Maryland indicating that George had lived in Frederick County. Land 
records indicate this was as early as 290CT1781 when Henry Stevenson bought land from 
AdamCif father was George Adam also, probabably used Adam in business affairs) Ecker. On 
18MAR1789 a George Echard (George Jr.?) bought land from Robert Torbert 4 on 1MAY1794 
bought land from Jacob Oats. 

Around 1788, George Adam began planting in Allegany County near Cumberland on the fifty 
acre lot (#3681) that he had received for service in the Revolutionary War. Sons John 4 
CJeorge also received 50 acre lots also for their service. In 1815, during construction 
of the National Road, coal was discovered on this same land. The eirea today is known as 
Eckhart & Eckhart Mines. This village was laid out 12JUL1789 one 4 a half miles from 
Frostburg in Cumberland County. In 1940 the population was 2300. (jeorge 4 Mary's deaths 
are recorded in books of Christ's Church (St. Paul's Lutheran Church) Cumberland, MD. The 
German Lutheran Church which son, John, had contributed to was in decay by 1940 4 Eckh2trt: 
Mines was served only by the Methodists 4 Baptists. Eckhart Mines was a great mining 
district and had large beds of very rich coal underneath. The Eckharts did not realize 
the extent of the immense wealth that was beneath their farms until the land had passed 
into other hands. An 22OCT1860 article in the HY Evening Post (have never found this 
article) said that the heirs of George Adam Eckhart were cheated out of these lands 
because they could not prove ownership, although son John was able to sell his lands for 
$20,000 in the 1830' s. 

George Adam's will was dated 1APT?17Q9 & prnba ted 10AITG1806 read: 

"In the name of Sod Amen, I 6eorge Adan ic/tard oi Allegany County and State of Maryland being veak of body 

but of sound Bind and memory being mindful of my and of my duty to Sod and my own soul do make this ly last 

will and testament in manner and form folloning to «it," 

'I commend my body to the grave and my soul to the gracious Sod xho gave it me and my worldly estate I will 
and bequeath to be divided in the manner following," 

•I will i bequeath unto my eldest-son Seorge Sclta rd ihii he is to have the £ie clear that I paid for the 
fencing his lot in Cumberland, and likewise he is to receive the balance that is due to me from Henry Stevenson 
on Pipe Creek Frederick County(MO), and also my son John Echard io let him have a good cow out of my stock." 



Eckiart, George Adam (Continued) #164-C 



( Vlll of George Adam Eckhart Continued ) 

"I also will 4 bequeath to ray three daughters Elizabeth Stoyer, Sarah Loer, Katherine White, to receive the 
sun of £8 good money each of then, and also after the above legacies and ny lawful debts are paid ny dearly 
beloved wife Mary Echard is to have her thirds of the renainder of ay estate of lands, goods & chattels for and 
during her natural life and at her death, She is to have the liberty to leave her thirds as it stands after 
appraisment to any of her children that she thinks the most-deserving only ly son John to have the liberty pay 
the S on , or trade as he thinks proper," 

"And I also will that my lawful debts are to be paid and that ny son John Echard ia have all the remainder of 
ray estate, lands, goods, and chattels to hia and heirs and apyres forever after the above legacies & thirds and 
debts are paid and discharged," 

"And I do likewise will by this ny last will and testanent that ny son John Echsrd ^hiW be ny whole and sole 
Executor of and administration of this ny last will and testanent," Signed; 'S^arg^ Man Fchard ' (Seal) 

Witnesses; Seorge Preston, Elias Uragon, & Gregory Coabs,. 
.. (163) lary's will of 9JUL1812 4 probated 3SBP1812 read: 

"In the name of God, Amen, I Mary Echard of Allegany County and State of Maryland being 
weai in body but of sound disposing mind, memory, and Judgement, do make and ordain this 
my last will, and testament in manner and form following to wit," 

"First and principally I commit my soul into the hands of almighty God who gave it, 
beleiving that great day of resurrection he will receive it again and unto my world's 
estate I bequeath in manner and form following to wit," 

"First, I give and bequeath unto my beloved son John Echard all my estate both real and 
personal to him, his heirs, 4 apyris forever.." 

"Lastly, ...appoint my son John Echard sole executor..." "Mary 'J* Echard" 

Witnessed 9JUL1812 by: John Holtzman, Silas Kettle, 4 George Bruce. 
. . (164-1) George Jr. was baptized at the Indianfield Lutheran Church in Franconia Twp. of 
the then Philadelphia County. "The Loar Genealogy" 4 "History of Allegany County" 
indicates that he arrived in Philadelphia on 30SEP1774 from Rotterdam with Jacob Loar the 
future husband of his sister, Sarah. If so, it is probable that he was returning from a 
visit to relatives in Germany. Like his father 4 brother, John, he received a military 
lot of 50 acres for service during the Revolutionary Var. His father's 1799 will refers 
to George Jr.'s lot in Cumberland but 1800 Cumberland Census refers to only an 'Elias 
Eckhart 26-45 with wife 16-26 4 son under 10 who may be the one 4 same 'George Jr' or son 
of George Jr. In 1810, the Frederick County MD Census shows a George Eckhsirt over 45 
years old which is probably (Jeorge Jr. who may have moved there to claim the debt owed 
his father by Henry Stevenson. This same George Eckhart 4 wife, Mary, of Frederick Co. 
MD, on 3MAR1819 deeded for S181 their » acre lot in Cumberland to the Methodist Episcopal 
Church. (George Jr. seems to have been slighted by his father 4 mother in their wills in 
favor of John. ) 

. . (164-2) Elizabeth was baptized at the Indianfield Lutheran Church in Franconia Twp. of 
the then Philadelphia County PA. Still living in 1850, she probably died in the area of 
Eckhart Mines in Allegany County, PA. 

., (164-3) Sarzdi's husband, Jacob Loar, arrived in Philadelphia 30SEP1774 aboard the ship 
'Union' from Rotterdam, Uetherlands. Also on board was Sarah's brother, George Adam, who 
may been returning from a visit to Germany. Jacob seems to have served as a private in 
the 3rd. Co. , 7th Battalion , York Co. PA Militia in 1785. 



sauRCFS i HTSC THFn- (RVSD 24AU61987), Allegany Co, Mills & Probate, 18ee-5« PA Census, 1890 'History of Allegany Co, HO", 161, 
Betsy Oeeis, JoAnne 6alliaore, Dot Wilt, Virginia tf, Kelly, 
,,173i, nontgoaery Co, PA vas forted froa Philadelphia County, 



miSBAHD'S FULL lAJfE: Darraw, Capt . George 



KE Y. VAB TE TERAI 



#168- A 



HT5TH 



M gg P 



DEATH 



16AUG1743 PLACE 



07MR1763 ELA££ 
16IIOV1820 ELA££ 



Stonington, Hew London County, Connecticut 

H. Preston Congregational Church, Uew London Co. , CT 

Bridgewater, Susquehana County, Pennsylvania 

BURIAL : PLACE: 

QIHEE. RESIDEJfCES : 1755-75 Concord (Chatham) Columbia County lY, 

1776-? King's Dist. Albany Co. NY, Montgomery Co. (1790)11. Y. 

nccUPATIQIS : Farmer/Military Leader RELIGIQI : Congregational 

MILITARY RECORD : Capt. various U.Y. units in American Revolutionary Var 

OTHFR SPOUSES : Mary Lyons? 

HIS FATHER: Darrow. 



Georg e 



»336 



MOTHER: Palmer. Phebe 



#337 



VIFE'S FULL NAME : Benjamin, Elizabeth 



#169 



09APR1749 ELACE 



1780 ELAffi 



BAPTZ : 

mm.: 

BIISIAL: ELACE 

OTHER RESIDENCES : Concord (Chatham) 



Preston/Griswold, New London County, Connecticut 

King's District, Albany County, NY (Present day Otsego Co.?) 



5Y, 



Housekeeper 
HER FATHER: Benlamin. Daniel 



#3 35 



RELIGION : Congregational 
MOTHER: Guile. Phebe 



#339 



CHILDREN/ ♦SPOUSE 



DATE: 



.ILACEj. 



1 Georgg J r , aiEIH 

» Fletcher, Barbara? MAR5D 
* 1771-13415Y? nEAIH. 
# BURIAL 



31MAR1764 Preston, New London County, Connecticut 
17MAY1791 Minden Twp. , Montgomery County, New York 
08JAN1852 Chautauqua, Chautauqua County, New York 
Mayville Cemetery . Chau. Co. . New York 



2_Elisiia_ 

* 

* 



HAfiED. 

DEAIH. 

_EIIEIAL 



01MAR1766 Preston, New London County, Connecticut 



ZJsihJi. 



♦ Herrick, Martha 

♦ 1765-1854PA 

♦ 



BIRTH 
MESH 
DEAIH. 



09DEC1763?New Concord (Chatham) , Columbia County, New York 

02MAY1781 

04JUL1854 Montrose, Susquehana County, New York 



RQy5gU( R a 5>fe Il) 
? , Elizabeth 



aiEia 

MESH 
DEAIE 
BURIAL 



New Concord (Chatham) , Columbia County, New York 
MAY1815 Plymouth, Chenango County, New York 



5 Elizabeth(Betsey) ELEia 

* MBSH 

* DEAIE 
» ElffilAL 



New Concord (Chatham) , Columbia County, New York 



6 Lydia 

♦ Venthew, ? 

» 

7 Russel 

♦ Eaton, Deliverance 

♦ #085 
* 



aisia 

MESH 

QEAIIi 

JBUEIAL 



New Concord (Chatham) , Columbia County, New York 



priorl853 



#084 



aiEia 

MBEH 
DEAIE 
BURIAL 



cl776 New York 

cl804 Cherry Valley, Otsego County, New York? 

C1828 Cherry Valley, Otsego County, New York? 



8 Joseph 

♦ Vard, Mary 

« 

* 



EIEIE 
MEED. 
DEAIH. 
BURIAL 



cl786 ?Montgomery County (Otsego Co.), NY 
04FEB1832 Bridgewater, Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania 



. . (168) Capt. George Darrow seems to be the logical father of Russel because of the close 
relationship between sons; George Jr. & Russel. Both lived in Cherry Valley in 1810 St 
Russel 's widow, Deliverance, was living near George Jr. in Chautauqua Co. NY in 1830. 
Huelsen misplaces this George as the son of Jedediah Darrow(#672-ll) but children's birth 
dates, Rev. Pension Apps. , 3t other data refute this. 



Darrow, Capt. George (Continued) #168- 



. CHILDREN OF: 
George #168-1-1-Layfayette. . 2-dau. m Truman/ Freeman Porter.. 

3-Elizabeth b.cl792 m Benjamin Bloomer.. 

4-George b.cl798 d. 19DEC1874inr m Elizabeth ? (1806-1369).. 

5-JoIin F. b.21SEP1310 d. 17APR1828. . 6- 
John #168-3-l-Villiam b.cl792 d.22FEB1875. . 2-Electa m Griffin. . 

3-Amos. . 4-Royal (?Rial in 1830 Scriba, Oswego Co. ITf) . . 

5-Herrick. . 

6-Daniel b. ISOSFT/PA m Angelina Beebe. . 7-John U. b. 1815PA. 

8-Polly m ? Doud. . 9-Phebe m David Green d,8FEB1888.. 
10-Denison d. MI. . 11-14-d. young. . 
Joseph #168-8-l-6)un]niown. .7-Permelia b. 15DEC1805 



I 



Sometime after 1765, George 4 Elizabeth moved to the area on the East side of the 
Hudson River South of Albany in the Province of Sew York. On 09FFEB1770, (jeorge i 
Elizabeth Darrow(then of ConcordC Chatham] Albany Co. [Columbia Co.], Province of ]few York 
signed a deed of sale, in Preston, to John Ray(Rae) for forty acres of land in Preston i: 
return for £70. Ebenezer Benjamin(#676-2-3) & Elisha York vrltnessed the deed. 

Also in February 1770 at Preston(they were living in Concord (Chatham) FT), George 4 
Elizabeth signed a deed of sale for six acres in Preston CT to Ebenezer BenJ amin (#676-2- 
3). The deed was witnessed by John Rhea? (Ray) & Elisha York. 

In JAI1772, George 4 Elizabeth Darrow signed a Deed of Sale in Concord (Chatham) , Albany 
County, Province of Few York for the sale of 42 acres of land situated in Preston CT to 
Walter Fanning (husband of Grace Benjamin #338-6) for £90. Witnesses in Concord were Jant 
Van Schaach 4 Joseph Darrow(prob. #336-7 brother to George) & the deed was recorded in 
Preston CT on 13JUL1772. The land was Elizabeth's share of her father's estate. 

In a deed dated 4FEB1777 at Plainf ield, Windham Co. , Connecticut, they sold their 
interest in a parcel of land in Preston, CT that had been given to a Widow Phebe Wheeler 
as her inheritance (her thirds). The land was sold to Ezekial Bundy for £60. Phebe 
Wheeler may have been Elizabeth's mother who may have married a third time to a Wheeler. 
George & Elizabeth were listed as from King's District, County of Albany , Province of 
lew York & the deed sworn before Plainfield CT Justice of the Peace: Jabez Fitch & 
recorded in Preston on 8FEB1777 by Roger Sterry, Registrar. 

In a deed sworn 25KAY1780 before King's District, Albany County, 5ew York Justice of 
the Peace John Beebe, George & Elizabeth sold land in Preston CT to Amos Hutchinson 
(Elizabeth's step brother - see #339) for £102. This was land Elizabeth had inherited 
from her father, Daniel Benjamin. The deed was registered in Preston on 18AUG1780. 

In the 1790 F? Census, Capt. George is probably the George Darrow living in that part 
of Montgomery County that became Otsego Co. in 1791. He was living next to Henry Guile 
who was probably a relative of wife's mother, Phebe Guile (#338-3) . 

■■ Capt- Ggorgg Darraw was living with his son, Joseph, in Bridgewater, PA, at time of 
death. George served as a 1st. Lieutenant in Capt. Daniel Goodriche's Company of Major 
Jeremiah Cady's Detachment (Massachusetts Troops) during the unsuccessful! campaign to 
capture Quebec in Canada 14JAU1776 to 23DEC1776. He was paid at Albany, FY, 26 pounds 4 
2 Schillings for his service. Further service was recounted in son's pension application. 
.. (169) Elizabeth's natural parents may have been dead by the time of her marriage in 
1753. She probably grew up in her step-father's household (Israel Hutchinson) or quite 
possibly spent much time with Benjamin 8t Guile relations. 



Darrow, Capt . George (Continued) #168-C 



.. (168-1) QeOEgSLJx. : (From recollections in 1832 pension application): 

1APS1781, After enlisting at Uew Concord (Chatham) , Columbia Co., H. Y, he served as a 
courier in the Fort Plain 8t Herkimer areas of ITew York on the Mohawk River. Vhile at 
Herkimer he recounted "...with 29 others ordered to Fort Plain to guard the provisions 
there 4 had proceeded to Fall Hill about seven miles from Herkimer when they saw the 
smoke of buildings at Klock' s Mills on East Canada Creek & at once called in their front 
& rear guards St resolved every man to push his way to Fort Plain (Montgomery Co NY), 
through the enemy if they met him. They then proceeded on to Fort House seven miles 
further. .. met Col. Villet St joined him in the pursuit of the Indians..." 

MAR1782, enlisted in army at TIew Concord, Columbia Co. , FY 4 joined M Regiments at 
Pumpkin Flats. Stationed at Smith's Cove to protect inhabitants from incursions of 'Cow 
Boys' , he had a new Lieutenant every three weeks. In DEC1782, he went to Snake 
Hill (lewburgh) & met with (}en. George Washington and secured a discharge for his entire 
company. Both he & brother, John served in Capt. Whelp's Co. of Col. Tan Schaach's 
Regiment. 

From 1782-85, George Jr., lived at Warren's Bush (Florida) , Montgomery Co., 51, 1785-95; 
Cherry Valley, 1813-22; Sandy Creek, Jefferson Co. , NY, 1822-32; Chautauqua Co. , NY, 
1842; Mount Vernon, Knox Co. , OH, 1842; living Fort Clinton, Ottawa Co. , Ohio. 
.. (168-2) Elisha may have been named after Elisha Hutchinson b.20SEP1746, son of 
Elizaeth's Benjamin's step-father, Israel Hutchinson (see #339). 

. . (168-3) Iflials age Ht birthplace are open to question. In his advanced age he said 
9DEC1763 at New Concord, Columbia Co., N. Y. His tombstone indicates 1759 & other records 
indicate a Connecticut birth. Until further information is discovered, I believe it was 
either 1765 or 1768 probably in New York if 1768. In 1850, although already receiving a 
Revolutionary War pension of S60/mo, John attempted to receive his deceased father's 
pension which was rejected. In the rejected application, he recounted his & his father's 
exploits during the war : 

"...his said father volunteered services at New Concord, Columbia Co., N. Y. , was chosen 
or appointed Lieutenant in his company, that his said father. .. went with his company to 
Boston and was in the Battle of Bunker Hill (1775) as he has often heard his father say in 
his lifetime. .. afterwards his father was appointed Captain, and went with the army to 
Quebec and was in the Battle of Quebec , and belonged to the division commanded by General 
Arnold - has heard his said father relate the incidents and hardships of that campaign 
often. . .appointed Adjutant, and served in the Army of Gen. Schuyler - was detached as a 
part of the command under Gen. Stark, and was at the Battle of Bennington . . . was on 
horseback by the side of his said father. .. were at the Battle of Stillwater . .. at the 
Battle of Saratog a (1777) . and the surrender of (British) Gen. Burgoyne and his 
army. .. marched to Albany(NY) and discharged. .. remained home with his family till spring 
following(1778) , when he again received and accepted a Captaincy commission in the army 
and was stationed at Saratoga. .. until the close of the war (1783) ... " John lived in Cherry 
Valley, Otsego Co., N. Y. , from cl783-90. At Bridgewater, John & son-in-law, David Green, 
had a salt well from which they boiled brine & supplied salt to nearby settlers. 

From 1786 to 1793, John lived at Cherry Valley, New York. 
. . (168-4) Baysell appeared in the 1800 Brookf ield, Chenango Co. , NY Census 26-45 yrs. 
w/wife of same age St young man 16-26 years old. His March 1815 Will (written in Plymouth, 
Chenango County) was presented to the County on 29HAY1815 & had been witnessed by Jas. 
German & James Chapman. He referred to his brother living in Cherry Valley, Otsego 
County, NY & Russell's son, Roysell. His family later moved to Ohio. 

SOURCES i HISC INFH ' (RVSO 07NOV1997), Chautauqua Co, N,Y, Histories, Pension Applications of Seorge Sr, »R2669, Seorge Jr, 

IS2389, 4 John »«2S511, Census, 161, Columbia Co, NY Histories, Susquehanna Co, PA Historical Society, Pat Oarroti, R, B, 

Huelson LDSI 963962, Preston CT land records LDS»5384 i 5392, 

,,The nanes RoswelHRozel/Roysell) i Russell are found amongst the Paliiers of Volunto»n CT i the Benjamin's of Preston CT. 

,,A Sanuel Oarro* sold land in Otsego Co, I4Y in 1804 i 1307, 

,,Colu«bia Co, NY separated frou Albany Co, NY in 1786, 



HUSBAND'S FULL M^g : Eaton, Eli jail 



BIRTH 



:^-A5RD 



DEATH 



02SEP1742 PLACI 



REV VAl? VFT-PATT 



2i:iAY1771 PLACE 



03MR1805 PLACE 



Ashford, Vindham Couaty, Connecticut 
Chatham, Columbia County, Uew York 
Schoharie County?, Jfew York 



#170-A 



PJTRTAL- 



\SgI?SyCS5: Schadack, Rennssalaer County, Uew York 
nCCgP.^TIQ??: Fanner RELTGTniT : 

^IILIIAg.Y R£CQSIi: French 3s Indian Var, Revolutionary Var (1777-1783) 
HIS FATHER: Eatan , yathnni°1, . »34g) MOTWE R: Perrv. E.^^tPr 



VIEE'S FULL ITA-fK: Matt, Deliverance 
SISIH: 08DEC1751 PLACE - '' 



»341 



#171 



PFATH : 09SEP1849 ELAC£ 
BTOIAL: ELA^ 



Willet, Cortland County, Hew York 
Villet Village Cemetery, Willet, lew York 
OTHER RESIDETTCES: Otsego S Columbia Co. , FY 

QCCUPATTOITS: Housekeeper RELTCTmT : 
HER FATHES; See #34;? HQIfiEEj 



CHILDREN/ *SPOUSE 



DATE: 



PLACE: 



1 Nathaniel 

* ? , Ann 1760-1826 

♦ ? , Phebe 1791-1861 



BIRTH 
MESH 
DEAIH. 
BURIAL 



22JAiri772 Chatham, Columbia County, lew York 

22SEP1860 Lake Como, Cayuga County, New York 
Eaton Cemetery. Sempronius CITear Lake Comn) WT 



2_ 

* 

♦ _ 
3_ 
* 
♦ 

♦_ 
4_ 
* 
* 

♦_ 
5_ 
♦ 
♦ 

»_ 
5_ 

♦ 1 
♦ 
♦2 

♦ _ 
7_ 
» 

»_ 

3_ 

»1 

♦2 

♦_ 

9_ 

»1 

* 

♦2 



Elizabeth 



Hart, John 



BIRTH 
MEED. 
DEAI2. 
BURIAL 



EH1^h 



Sloan, Nancy 



XARRD 

DEAIH. 
BURIAL 



22FEB1775 Chatham, Columbia County, Hew York 

18DEC1846 

Eaton Cemetery, 



06JUL1777 Chatham, Columbia County, Uew York 
03SEP1804 Cherry Valley, Otsego County, Hew York 



Deli vera ncR 



»<a85 



Darrow, Sussel #084 



aiEiH. 

MEEE. 
DEAIH. 
BMIAL 



17MAR1780 prob. Schodack, Renasslaer County, Hew York 

cl799 Cherry Valley, Otsego County, lew York 
08APR1868 Ashtabula, Ashtabula County, Ohio 



Johanna 



Crippen, Thomas 



BIRTH 

MAESH 

DEATH 

.SIIEIAL 



10FEB1783 Hew York 



Villet Village Cemetery. Vniet . Hew York 



ioijL. 



) Preston, Lydia 
1785-1329HY 

)Daines, Lucy L. 
1795HT-ia89TL 



aiEIE 
MBSD.: 1 
MEE]i:2 

DEATH 
BURIAL 



09SEP1785 Coeyman's, Albany County, Hew York 

)22DEC1805 Cherry Valley, Otsego County, Hew York 

)250CT1829 Willet, Cortland County, Hew York 

19FEB1868 Garden Plains, Whiteside County, Illinois 



Xarv(Pnlly) 



Tennant, Robert 



aiEIE 
MARRD 

DEAia 
BURIAL 



12JUL1788 

01JAH1805 Cherry Valley, Otsego County, Hew York? 

26MAY1882 



Lydia 



)Hare, Henry 
)Sherwoad, William 



BIRTH 
HAEEH 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



05JUH1791 Hew York 



Peter 



) Van Sise, Polly 

1792-1845 
) Burlingame. Almlra 



B1EI2. : 06MAR1793/4 Montgomery County, Hew York 

MEED.- 1)14JUH1825 

DEAIH. : 11MY1881 Willet, Cortland County, New York 

BURIAL: Willet Village Cemetery. Villet. Hew York 



Eaton, El i j ah (Continued) #17^ 



. . CHILPP.E? QF-- 

Jfa-haniel #172-1-1-Elijah b. 1796. . 

2-Elisha b. 1798r? d. 12JAIfl893 m Vesta McAllisterCd. 1830) , Zimrode 
Ingraham, A Alzina Tennant Hazzard. . 
John #170-o-l-Villiam b. 29JUiri806F? d.20CT1886IL m four times.. 

2-Elijah b. 21JnL1808IfT d. 1872VI 
3-Melissa b. 10]JOV1810NY d. AUG1899 m ? Lowery. . 

4-Melinda b. 6irOV1813irY d. 23JAI1892F5r m 1836 Vestcott Burlingane. . 
5-Sylvia D. b. 12FEB1816F? d. 1856IA m 1339 LyTDan Bates; Maquoketa lA 
6-John b.8MAY1817Fr d. 12SEP1891IL. . 7-Dewitt C. 5MAY1820Fir-3DEC1905VA. j, 
8-Robert T. b. 25«AY1822irY d. 13JAN1894irE m Sally Valdo. . 
9-Clarissa L. b. 30JAII13251TY d. 2300118930 m D. Philley. . 
10-Miles b. 17SEP18271TY d. 17JAII1911IA m Adaline Taylor.. 
11-Chloe b.27OCT1830ir? d. 12DEO1890IL. . v 

12-Henry D. b. 17SEP1833JrY d. 5Jinri905IA a Lina Monroe.. "' 

IS-James Murray b. 0CT1835JrY d. XL m Emily Green. . 
14-Thonias Benton b. 20MAY1939IL d. 21JUL1916IL m Lida Sutherland.. 
Polly #170-7-l-Al2ina b. llJAiri806. .2-Tlioinas h. 5DEC1808. . j 

Tganant 3-Elizabeth b. 12OCT1809. . 4-DeHverance b.21APR1813. . ' 

5-Julia Ann 27AUG1815irY-2APR1846PA m 1839 John Shippey(1807-1860OH) . 
6-Robert b. 9MAY1821. . 7-Mary b. 16SEP1823. . 

8-Mason 260CT1S25. . 9-Lovantia b. 2600T1828. . •'■ 

10-Elijah b,220CT1831. . ^i 

Peter #170-9-l-Loui3a b.6AP51814 m 1836 Seymour Sanford. . 

2-Abel b. 1816 d. 1898 m Elviza A. ? (1818-1872) & Eliza ? (1827-1899) 
j^ot all 3-Ulysses b. 1818IfY d. 1901ST m Marcia Jt. ? (1818-1864).. 

Proved 4-Peter Jr. b.27SEP1822 d.22AUG1888 m Harriet Greene (1818-1900) . . 

5-Villiam 5. b. 1822IY m Frances ? . . 
6-John 0. b. 1827IY d. 1915irY m Melvina (1830-1900).. 
7-Vesley b.cl834 d. . . 
8-Matilda b. 1835. .9-Emily m John Green. . 



. . (170) Elijah Sr. left Connecticut for Columbia County lew York sometime before 1771. 
Elijah's service in the Revolutionary War was described in an application for a pension '' 
(#R3208) of his wife, Deliverance, on 22FEB1844, in which she claimed Elijah served one 
month or more in Capt. Beebe's Company of Col. Waterman's regiment July 1777. Around 
1780, Elijah Sr. went to Albany as juryman, enlisted eight months in the army St served 
most of his enlistment. . .balance served by man he hired with help of a Capt. Ostrander 
...Deliverance didn't remember dates well. .. remembered that Elijah was serving the year 
Burgoyne was taken prisoner. .. on another occasion Elijah was drafted one month & hired a 
man named Srasmus(?) Vilson to take his place. .. went to Albany from Schodack to see him 
while he was on jury duty, but he had left with his unit down the Hudson River. ..on 
another occasion after several weeks service, Elijah went home & persuaded Deliverance's 
brotner. Henry Mott, to go back to Saratoga in his place. .. Henry under 21 years of age 
and a minor was bound to Elijah's care. 

Elijah recorded births & marriage in family bible. .. Deliverance signed application with 
her mark "I". She went on to say " . , , she however well knows that he was in the service 
as aforesaid - In tne last town she has often heard him say he was in a skirmish-that the 
man who stood next to him was shot through the jaw-" 

.. (171) Deliverance Xott Eaton was living in Villet with son Peter before she died. 
.. (170-1) lathaniel lived in Schoharie County FY before moving to Cayuga Co. HY where he 
13 buried in the Eaton Cemetery along side the Homer Sempronius Road on the farm near 
^ake Como. He may have died with relatives at Summit, m. 



Eatan, Elijah (Continued) 



#170-C 



. , <170-6) John, in the fall of 1835, with brother-in-law, Alva Daines, went to Carroll 
County, II. overland A laid claim to 460 acres in area of Elk Horn Grove. They returned 
via St. Louis 4 Pittsburg on riverboats. In Sep. 1836, he returned with his family 
except daughters Melinda 3t Clarissa. They settled in a little log cabin 16 feet square 
with a mud & stick chimney. The first winter, they lived on 'johnny cake' that Mrs. 
Eaton baked before her little fireplace. Of his children, Elijah, Sylvia, Robert T. , & 
Henry D. all lived or died in the Maquoketa lA area. Elijah owned a sawmill in the area 
4 Robert T. served in the Civil ?ar with the 31st Iowa Infantry Regiment. 
, . (170-8) Mary (Polly) & husband, Robert Tennant, left Cherry Valley in Otsego County in 
1817. They arrived in Villet after traveling by boat down the Susquehanna River to 
Binghamton, I. Y. 4 then up the Chenango River to the Otselic River. 

. . (170-9) Peter served as a bible class leader in the Villett area. Son, Peter Jr. , also 
served as a class leader for the Baptist Church. In 1816, he moved to Willet & the 
children all were born in Cortland County. 



snuRCFS V wilc iNFn ' (RVSD 99FE31987), REV WAR APPfft3298 of Deliverance Kott Eaton, 161, Lee D, Eaton, yillet Caietery Records, 
Lyle Riedinger, Schouten, H, P, Snith, 




HUSBAFD'S FULL NAKE : Stone, Josiah(aka: Joseph) 



Liaiii 



C1762 ELAC£ 



#172 



C1782 ELACE. 



DEAIH: 17AUG1840 PLACE 
BMIAL: 777rs ELACE. 
QI2E£ RESIDEgCSS: 



OCCITPATIQHS : 

HIS FATHER: Stone Sr. . 



Rhode Island 

prob. Kent County, Rhode Island 
Charlotte, Chautauqua County, lew York 
Charlotte Center Cemetry, Charlotte, New York 
1782 Census: Warwick, Kent County, HI, 1790 Census: 
County, VT, 71810 Census: Schuyler, Herkimer County, 

Norwich, Chenango County, HT, 1830 Census: Solon, Cortland County, FY 

Farmer RELIGTON : 

1781: Warwick RI Xilitia, Capt. Price's Co. 

iflSiail £244 mother: Fi<^lr. T.nis #345 



Whiting, Addison 
NY, 1820 Census: 



WIFE'S FULL NAWE : Bennett , Lois 

ai£I2: SEP/0CT1755?ELAC£: Rhode Island 

DEAIH: 02JAN1856 ELACfi: Charlotte?, Chautauqua County, New York 

EIHiAL: ELACE: Charlotte Center Cemetery, Charlotte, New York 

OTHER RESIDEJCES: Coventry, Kent County, Rhode Island 

OCCUPATIONS : RELIGION : 

HER FATHER: Sgnnett, John #346 MOTHER: ?. Anne 



#173 



#347 



CHILDREN/ -tSPOUSE 



DATE: 



-ELACEj Census Records: 4boys/5glrls 



1 Joseph 

♦ ? , Minerva (Zerviah) 

♦ 

* 

2. 

♦ 
• 

3. 

« 

♦_ 

4. 

« 

*. 

5. 

« 
« 



aisia 

MEEIi. 
LIVNG 

3MUL 



cl782 Warwick?, Kent County, Rhode Island 
1840 Solon, Cortland County, New York 



UntaiQ wn 



aisia 

MRRH 

DEATH 
.EIZEIAL 



pl790 Warwick?, Kent County, Rhode Island 



BIRTH 

MSSJl 

DEATH. 

.^HSIAL 



Elanor 



aiEIH. 

DEATH. 

.BURIAL 



10AUG1788 Coventry, Kent County, Rhode Island 
05NOV1789 Whiting, Addison County, Vermont 



Josiah Jr. 



aiEIH. 
MSSH 
LI7NG 

.MEIAL 



30MAS1790 Whiting, Addison County, Vermont 
1840 Chautauqua County, New York 



6 Andrew 



#086 



Crandall, Aurelia#087 



aiETH. 
MSSIL 
DEAIHl 
BURIAL 



02JUL1791 Whiting, Addison County, Vermont 

ciai6 prob. Norwich, Chenango County, New York 
14JUN1879 Lodomillo Twp. , Clayton County, Iowa 
Hansel Cemetery. G arber. Iowa 



Rutti 



aiEIE 

MESJl 

DEATH. 

.BUEIAL 



08Aprl795 Whiting, Addison County, Vermont 



BIRTH. 

HARED. 

DEAIE 

^BURIAL 



Silas Bennett 



York, Marita 
1803NY-1884IL 



eieth: 

MAEEH 
DEATH 
BURIAL: 



30AUG1800/4 Whiting, Addison County, Vermont? 
cl822 Norwich, Chenango County, New York 
03AUG1862/6 Clear Creek, New York 



, stone, Josiah (Continued) #172-B! 



Joseph#172-l-l-irathan b. 05AUG1799VT. . 
Josiah#172-5-l-1830: 3 Boys <5 & 1 Boy 5-10... 
Silas #172-9-l-Ruben R. m Hannah ? . . 

2-Silas Vlieeler. . 

3-John Bennett b. 19MAfil827Ff d. 8APR1898 m Ellyne Meyers.. 

4-Martha V. b. 1833 d. 1833. . 

5-George Leland b. 18JUL1834]rr d.6SEP1853.. 

e-Thomas Prentiss b. 1336irr. . 

7-Orinda 'Marita' b. 29DEC1838irY d.310CT1922 m Philamon C. Farnham. 



. .Josiah Sr. appears on a Warwick RI list of militiamen unable to properly equip 

themselves (Capt. Price's Company). 

. . Vhiting 7T History commented that Josiah Sr. removed to Vhiting between 1784-87 with 

Stukely Stone i Christopher Stone. From the death record of Elanor we know that Josiah 

Sr. arrived 1788/89. 

. . Josiah seems to have been called Joseph also as indicated by the Whiting, VT birth 

record for Josiah Jr. , which referred to his parents as Joseph & Lois Stone (Josiah Jr. 

s/o Joseph?). The tombstone in the Charlotte Center Cemetery bears the name Joseph 

resting by Lois Stone. 

. . Josiah 4 Lois of Coventry RI on 13DEC1788 sold some land in Warwick to Anne Bennett fan 

6 shillings probably in preparation for move to Vermont & for a low price to keep 

property in family. 

. . 161tAR1793, Josiah Stone in partnership with Abraham Chatterdon (married to Lydia 

Stone/sister of Josiah?) bought land from Amos Standly ITorth of Whiting for iAQ. 

. . 29JA]J1793, Josiah i Stukely Stone registered their earmarks for 'cattle, sheep and 

other creatures'. Josiah' s earmark was 'a whole crop off the right ear <* a slit in the 

end of the LammsT" . 

..27FEB1798, Thomas Stone sold Josiah Stone land Sorth of Whiting for $166.66. Ichabod 4 

Joel Foster were witnesses a Joel Foster certified the deed in his capacity as Justice of 

the Peace. 

..08SEP1799, Stukely Stone, acting as Constable of Whiting & Addison County, slapped a 

lien on one hundred acres of land owned by Josiah Stone for $1.27 in unpaid taxes. 

..10MAR1801, Josiah Stone sold land to Stukely Stone for $200, with Stukely Stone 

certifying the deed in his capacity as Town Clerk of Whiting. 

.. (173) Lois lived to almost 100 years of age and in a letter probably written by Sila's 

wife, Marita, Lois was described as a woman who liked to entertain people with her 

historical recollections including British Gen. Burgoyne marching past her home after his 

defeat at Saratoga in 1777. The same letter mentions that Lois was ten years old at time 

of father's death during Revolutionary War, which was around 1778 which would imply that 

she was actually born cl767. Lois is remembered as having used thorns rather than pins 

in her sewing. 

. . (172-9) Silas settled in the Conewago area of Cattauragus Co. ITT. Wife, Marita, died 

in 1884 at Richmond in McHenry Co. IL. She was the daughter of John 4 Cathy Wheeler 

York. 



SQIJRCSS h mSC INFQ: CRVSD 28FEB1987), 'History of yhiting Venonf , 1984 Clayton Co, lA History p.70i-705, ISI, «hiting VT 

Land 4 Vital Records, Randy Peterson, yhiting VT To»n Records, NY, VT, RI 4 lA Census's, «ar»ick To»n Records LDSI 92Si44 i 

925439, 

,,In 1820 Chenango Co, NY Census; La*ton Slone(26-4S), tife 1S-2S, son (10, 

.,1830 Preston HY Census; Oliver Stone(30-40), •ife(30-40), son (S, 

,,1830 Preston NY Census; Joel Chatterden(30-40), wife(2O-30), same page as Oliver Stone, 

,,1830/40 Solon, Cortland Co., NY; Lyian Stone(20-30), »ife(20-30), boy (5, 



HTTS^ATO'S FULL ffAME : Crandall, Sylvester 



aiEIE 



KARRD 



07DEC1752 ELACE 



KEY VAR YKTHBA7T 



#174-A 



C1775 ELA££ 



jrOV1845 ELACE 



BURIAL: 



ELACE. 



Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
Vestford, Chittenden County, Vermont 



QTHER RESIDEjJ^CES: Guilford 8i TNewfane VT, Plymouth, Chenango Co. ITY, 

QCC'JPATIQP?: Farmer RELTGTnTT : Baptist 

MILITARY SECQEJi: Revolutionary Var - Pvt. Massachusetts 3j ]JY service. 

OTHFR S7nu<?FS : Reeves, Mary cl774 

HIS FATHER; Crandall. Jossplt #348 MOTHER: Crandall. Elizabeth #349 



WI F E'S FULL Um-. Barnes, Mercy 
ElSia: C1755 ELACE 
DEAIH: ELACE 
ElffilAL: ELACE 
OTHER RESIDETTCES : 
QCCUPATIQITS : Housekeeper 
QTHER SPOUSES : 
HER FATHER: Barnes. Thomas 



#174 



RELTOTOW: 



JS52 HDIHEEi. 



CHILDREN/ * 5P 0U 5 E 



DATE: 



PLACE; Census: 4 boys/7 girls 



1 Joseph L. 



* Crumb, Esther 

* 1777-1873 
* 



aiEiH. 

MEEIl 
DEATH 



BURIAL 



04APR1777 Guilford, Windham County, Vermont 
17APR1797 Leyden Franklin County, Massachusetts 
270CT1852 Uorwich Tv/p. , Chenango County, Hew York 
Aldrlch Cemetery. Forwich Twp. . Jew York 



2 Daughter 

♦ Coon, John 

* 

* 



BIRTH 
HAEED. 

mm. 

BURIAL 



1841 Vestford, Chittenden County, Vermont 



3 Elisha 

* ? , Hancy 



1781-1857 



BIRTH 

MERD. 

DEAIH. 

JMRML 



1780 Guilford, Windham County, Vermont 

30DEC1860 Laddsburg, Bradford County, Pennsylvania 

Laddsburg Cemetery, Laddsburg, Pennsylvania 



4 Latham<n) 



♦ Stone, Abigail 

* 1785-1845 



BIRTH 

MAEEH 
DEATH 



23JUiri782 (ISII) Guilford, Windham County, Vermont 
12DEC1802 prob. Westfield, Hampden County, Massachusets 
14If0V1832 Westfield, Massachusetts? 



BURIAL 



5 BenJaala. 

♦ 

* 

♦ 



EiEia 

HAEED. 

DEATH. 

_EIIEIAL 



22JUiri782 (1211) Guilford, Windham County, Vermont 



6 Daughter 

* 

» 

♦ 



aiETH. 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



7 Sylvester 

* Austin, Deborah 

♦ 

* 



BLEia 

MESH 

DEAIiL 

.EIIEIAL 



10APR1785 Guilford, Windham County, Vermont 
12FEB1806 Milton, Chittenden County, Vermont 
270CT1876 Dunham, Quebec, Canada 



8 Abigail 

♦ Austin, Timothy 

* 1780- 
♦ 



BIRTH 

Msm 

DEAIIL 
BURIAL 



07FEB1788 Guilford, Windham County, Vermont 



9 Daughter 



BIEia 
MSSH 
DEAia 
BURIAL: 



Crandall. Sylvester.... 



S£QSijjiiisdl. 



JtllAz 



10 Xary( Pally?) 



» Fisk, ? 

* 



Bisia 

MEEH 
LII22. 
SURIAL 



1847 Vestfard, Chittenden County, Vermont 
ai848 Qvid. Seneca County. Ifew York 



11 Aurelia 



#<?87 BIRTH 



» Stone, Andrew 

♦ 

♦ 



#«86 MRBH 
DEAltt 
BURIAL: 



09SEP1796 Guilford, Vindham County, Vermont 

prob. Chenango County, Jew York 
29DEC1859 Charlotte, Chautauqua County, Jew York 
Charlotte Center Cemetery. Charlotte. ]?ew Ynrkj 



. CHILDRH¥ OF : 
Sylvester #174-1-1-James B, ..2-Carlton Sylvester.. 

3-Mary Ann. . 4-Harriet m. Samuel Woodward.. 

5-Elisha. . 
Joseph #174-2-l-Esther b.6JUL1796KA d. 15SEP1866Fy m Ephraim Bowers.. 

2-Polly b.5MAY1800MA d. 3DEC1823M. . 

3-Latham b. 6FEB1802MA d. 20MAR1892FY m Kaziah ? .. 

4-Joseph b.cl805XA d,28SEP1896 m Prudence ? .. 

5-Al2ina. .6-Lucinda. . 

7-Villiam Barber b.cl317 d. 10MAE1896 m Julia ? ..8-Diana. . 
Elisha #174-4-l-Unknown. . 2-Sophia b. 1825 m Anthony Jerome.. 
Latham #174-5-l-Amy b. 1802 d. 1804. . 2-Lucy Maria b. 9FEB1805 m John Byder. . 

3-Ruby b.24MAS1807 d. 25MAR1807. . 4-Joseph Lathan b. 19JUL1808. 

5-Harvey S. 6-Philura b. 17MAR1812 d. 19MAY1814. . 

7-Anrilla b.30APR1315 d.260CT1844 m Joseph M. Kudge. . 

8-Silas V. b.3MR1813 m Mary Jane Graves.. 

9-Josiah S. b. 30MAS1820 d. 19IfOV1834. . 
10-Vashin5ton b. 4MAR1828/5 d.5SEP1830.. 
Abigail #174-7-l-Sylvester. . 2-Philura. . 
■Austin 3-Lucinda. .4-Others. . 



•J 



. . (174) Sylvester Sr. filed a pension application on 2JAiri834 on the basis of his service 
during the Revolutionary Var. Pension application #819264 revealed: 

1772, Sylvester Sr. removed from Westerly RI to Groton CT when about 20 years old & 
lived in that area about li4 years. 

1774, Removed to Guilford, Vindham County, Vermont on the Connecticut River & lived 
there about 30 years. 

1304, Removed to Vestford in Chittenden County, Vermont where his uncle S aunt, David & 
Jemima Crandall (#698-12), lived. 

1809-1825, Lived in Plymouth, Chenango County, Hew York. Probably influenced by 
Ezekial Crandall (b. 1749RI) & Christopher Crandall <b. 1748RI) who settled there also 4 
appear in the 1335 Revolutionary Var List of Pensioners. 

1820, Sylvester was living next to Andrew Stone near Plymouth. 

1820-45, He lived at Vestford in Chittenden County, Vermont 4 in 1841 was living with a 
probable nephew/son-in-law, John Coon. 

From MAY 1775- JAIT 1776, Sylvester served as a private in Capt. Ichabad Dexter' 
of Col. Voodbridge's Regiment. In his pension application, Sylvester recalled: 

"...As soon as company was full marched dierectly to Cambridge, Mass. (Outside Boston)- 
where we arrived on the day of the Battle at Bunker Hill, though not in season to be 
engaged in the battle - the battle was over before we arrived.." He served the remainder 
of this hitch at LechemereC?) Point near Cambridge " . . . Vhere the British took the cattle 
of the American citizens there - I was engaged in a skirmish with the British..." 

From JAU 1775-SEP 1775, He remained at home in Guilford. 



company 



I 



Crandall, Sylvester (Continued) #174-C 

From SEP 1776-TOV 1776, He served a two month hitch in Capt. Hugh McClelIan?'s Company 
of CO. Mosely's Regt. of Gen Benj . Lincoln's Brigade, Sylvester recalled " . . . Ve marched 
immediately to Hartford, Connecticut thence to New Haven, Connecticut thence to New York 
and was stationed about a mile from King's Bridge - a few miles from British - who had 
been there about 48 hrs. , - and were driven from their station soon after the 
commencement of the battle..." 

Thru MAY-AUG 1777, Sylvester Sr. served in Capt. Elijah Herrish's Company of Col. 
Graham's Segiment (Gen. Clinton's Brigade). He marched from Guilford thru corner of 
Massachusetts to Sew York taking 40-50 Tories (British Loyalists) prisoner 4 killing 
one (Isaac Spurs). He then was on garrison duty for two months at Fort Independence (4 mi. 
S. of Ft. Montgomery, FY) where "...I was taken sick & 8-10 days before my term of 
service expired, I recvd. a furlough from Capt. Herrish on acct. of my sickness. . and left 
the service about the 1st Aug 1777..." 

Daughters, Mary & Polly Fisk (perhaps one & the same person), indicated in their letters 
that Sylvester's farm was 15-18 miles up the Connecticut River from Greenfield, 
Massachusetts on the Vermont line. 

From 1834 on, Sylvester was receiving a $25/annum pension from the Federal Government 
for his service during the Revolutionary War. He also listed acquaintances in the 
Chettenden area: Aron Howe & Vm. Weaver as well as Rev. Simon Parmalee. 

Chenango land records reveal that he purchased lots #90 & 91 in the Plymouth area in 
1808 from the Brooks estate & sold the last acres in 1825. The transactions never 
exceeded $250. 

. . (174-1) Sylvester Jr. lived in Highgate & Vestford, VT before finally settling in 
Canada . 

.. (174-2) Joseph in the late 1790' s had owned & sold land in Guilford 7T. In the Spring 
of 1806 he moved his family from Leyden, Massachusetts to the S.E. section of Plymouth 
Twp. , Chenango Co. , New York, joining his father-in-law, Phineas Crumb, who had preceded 
him 4 built a log house in the wilderness. Joseph moved his family 4 goods via a two 
horse sleigh. He was a stone engraver & many of his works can be seen at the Aldrich 
Cemetery located between Norwich & S. Plymouth in Chenango County. 

. . (174-6) An UnnAned daughter might be the Sally Crandall who married Elisha Sabin on 
13OCT1802 at Halifax, Windham County, Vermont. 



mmi^ !, mr. TNFO ' (RVSD 29SEP1987), I6I, R,I Great Hen, 179e-18S8 VT Census, Rev, Var. Pension Application »S 1926*, 
Chittenden Co, VT Vital Records, Chenango Co, NY 1319-S« Census, June Hason, John Crandall, 

,,I6I; 50CT1796, Nercy P, Crandall i Sanuel Surdick, Vestford, Chettenden County, VT 



HUS^RAID'S FULL MXE : Wilkinson(Vilkerson) , John 



BIETH 



C1750 ELACE. 



C1772 ELACE 



pl820 PLACH 



D£Aia 

BURIAL: PLACE 

QIHEE. RESTDEICES : 
nCCUPATIQNS : Farmer 
WILITASY SE^IQEH: 

HIS FATHES: Vi n i nm? 



PA?/5J?/or VA? 

Springhill Twp. , Fayette County, Pennsylvania 



#184 



VTFE'S FULL MME : ? , Unknown 
BTPTH : C1750 ELACE 
DEAUi: pl810 ELACE 
EUEIAL.: ELACE 
OTHER RESIDEIICES: 
QCCUPATIO?fS : Farmer 
H ER FATHER ; 



RELIGTmT: 
MDTHER: 



Springhill Twp. , Fayette County, Pennsylvania 



EELIOIQI: 
MOTHER: 



CHILDREH/ ♦SPOUSE 






DATE 


PLACE: 


1 John Jr. 

* ? , Unknown 

♦ 

* 




. BIRTH 
KARRD 
LITSQ 
BURIAL 


C1773 
C1793 
1820 Springhill Twp. , Fayette County, Pennsylvania 


2 Daughter 

* 
* 




. BIRTH 
ItARRD 
LIY^Q 
BURIAL 


1790 Springhill Twp. , Fayette County, Pennsylvania 


3 Villiaa 

* ? , Unknown 

* 


iW92 


. BIRTH 
ItARRD, 
LIYTfG 
BURIAL 


1778 
C1802 
cl830 Dunkard Twp. , Greene County, Pennsylvania 


4 
» 
» 




. BIRTH 
MARRD, 
DEATH 







BURIAL: 



. . CHILDREI QF : (lumbers are tentative; John Sr. may have had other children b.pl773) 
John Jr. #134-1- From census records: 2 boys, 5 girls 

. . (184) John Sr. as early as 01MY1788 bought 175 acres of land from Samuel 
Kinkaid (neighbor) in Fayette County, Pennsylvania in partnership with a John Baird for 
£177,10.0. Witnesses to this deed were Joseph Caldwell 4 David Frame. The 'Horn Plat 
Maps' show that John Vilkersan warranted 151 acres 26JUH1785 (surveyed 31I0V1813 & patented 
9SEP1815) in Springhill Twp. , Fayette County, PA fronting on the Monongahela River across 
from Greene County with creeks inside the Uorth 4 South boundaries. 

In 1783, Fayette County PA taxed John Sr. on 150 acres of land, 3 horses, 4 two cows. 
In 1786, he was taxed £13.4.0. 

On 20SEP1815, John Sr. sold 75 acres 4 appurtenances in Springhill Twp. to son, John 
Jr., for $1,000. The deed was recorded in Fayette County PA on 80CT1818. One wonders if 
the other 75 acres was sold by Villiam. 

Clues to his parents may be in his Jew Jersey native neighbors such as Theo Philips 4 
also a Villiam Wilkinson served in the Westmoreland County PA militia during the 
Revolutionary War. 



SOURCg;; % nr^r mn - (Rvsd 2IN0V1986) Leakey, 1799-1859 PA Census, Horn, 



mT.qBATO'S FULL ^TAWT? : Hunt, Joshua 



#188-A 



BIRTH 



MARRD 
DEATH 



C1745 PLACE 
C1765 UA^ 



DEC1810 nA£E. 



PLACE 



?Hunterdon/Mercer County, New Jersey 



RHRIAL : 

OTHKR RESTDE7TCES 
ncCUPATIONS : Farmer 
HILITAKY SECDEJi: Probable 



New Jersey 

Dunkard's Twp. , Greene County, Pennsylvania 
Gerard's Fort Cemetery, Greene County, Pennsylvania 
Fayette County, PA, Alexandria Twp., Hunterdon Co. NJ, 

RELIGION: Presbyterian? 
Rev. Var Service 



HIS FATHER: Hunt. John (Vilson)? 



#376 MOTHER: 



#377 



VIFE'S FULL NAME : 



Sarah 



#189 



C1750 PLACE 



1820-30 PLACE 



PLACE 



New Jersey 

Greene County?, Pennsylvania 

Gerard's Fort Cenetery?, Greene County, Pennsylvania 



DEAIE: 

ElffilAL 

OTHER SPOUSES : May have remarried following Joshua's death. 

OCCUPATIONS: Housekeeper RELIGION 

HEE FATHER; MOTHER: 



CHILDREN/ * S PQU 5 E 



DATE; 



PLACE: 



1 John 

♦ 

* 



MEED. 
LIYNQ 
BURIAL 



cl765 New Jersey 
1810 Dunkaird Twp. , Greene County, Pennsylvania 



2 Margaret EIBIIi 

* Iliff, Thomas MEED. 

* C1764PA-181? LIVNG 

* s/n James A Eliz. SHEIAL 



cl767?New Jersey 
cl786?Sussex County, New Jersey 
1810 Green Twp. , Greene County, Pennsylvania 



3 Rggsr 



* Unknown 

* C1770- 



BIRTH 
MEED. 

mm. 

.BIIEIAL 



cl759 New Jersey 
1830 Greene Twp. , Greene County, Pennsylvania 



4 Samuel 

* 
* 



BIRTH 

MEED. 

IdlSQ. 

JSUEIAL 



cl771 New Jersey 
1800 Greene Twp. , Greene County, Pennsylvania 



5 ViUian 

« 

» 

» 



SIEIH. 
MEED. 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



cl773 New Jersey 



6_Iaiias 

♦ Seaton, Jane 

* 

♦ 

7 



#094 



#«95 



MARPD 

DEAIH. 

JMEUL 



cl775 New Jersey 
28MAY1809 Greene County, Pennsylvania 

1839 Monongalia County, Virginia (W) 



Sarah . 



* Denney, ? 



BIRTH 

MEED 

DEAIH. 

_EII£1AL 



cl782 New Jersey 



8 Joshua Jr. 

» Robbins, Sallie 
♦ 1784-1864W 
* 



BIRTH 

MEED 

DEAIfl. 

_SMIALi 



New Jersey 



07JUL1785 Alexandria Twp. , Hunterdon Co. 
Fayette County?, Pennsylvania 
23JUL1875 Maidsville, Monongalia County, Vest Virginia 

Bpthel Cemetery. Ma idsville. Vest Virginia 

1785- 



. . (188) Joshua Sr. appeared on the tax rolls of Alexandria Twp. , Hunterdon Co. , NJ 
1790. In 1785, he was taxed 12 shillings on a house & lot, land, 2 horses, 4 2 cattle. 
In AUG1786, he was taxed 11 shillings. Nearby in the same year, Edward Hunt was taxed 
£1,18,5 4 a batchelor, John Hunt, taxed 12 shillings. In 1789, Joshua was taxed 17 
shillings on a house, 5 horses, 3t 4 cattle with value of capital stock put at £15,15,0. 
Also taxed was a John Hunt 3j Thomas Iliff. In 1790, Joshua was taxed 15 shillings 3t a 
John Hunt was taxed 10 shillings. 



Hu nt. Joshua (Continued) #188-^ 

. .CHILDREN QF: 

John #188-1-1-Dau. b. pl800. . 2-San b. pl800. . 
3-Dau. b. pl800. . 4-Dau b.pl800.. 
5-Son b.pl811..6-Son b.plSll.. 
7,8,9-possibly 3 dau. b. 1810-20 
Margaret#188-2-l- James b. 20JinJ1789IJ d. 1864IA (Newton) ml Rachel Boyles 
lillt m2 Charity Morehead. . 2-Stephen b.cl790 m Sarah Boyles Ivd Cinti OH.. 

3-Joshua b.cl790irj d. 18580H (Cinti) m Marg. Murphy 
4-John b.cl792 d. 182? m Anna Caribaugh. . 

5-Samuel b. 1795 d. 18340H(Miamitown) mOH Catharine Roberson j 

6-Margaret b.cl798 mKY James Morton Ivd Decatur IIT. . 
7-Adeline b. cl803 ml Becket MacLaughlin m2 Joseph Clark.. 
8-Thomas Iliff b.cl804 d. 18790H (Cinti) m Julia A. Morris Ivd Ham. Co OH 
Roger #188-3-l-Dau. b. pl800. . 2-Dau b.pl800.. 
3-Son b.cl804. .4-Dau. b.cl805.. 
5-Son b.ciail. .6-?. . 
Samuel #188-4-l-Son b. pl800. . 
Joshua #188-8-l-Mary Vilson. . 2-Eliz. b. 17APR1809PA m Joshua Taylor.. 

2-Pleasant b. 25DEC1810PA m Evan R. Hall & Geo. V. Hall.. 

3-Daniel m Ella Jamieson 

5-Cassandra b. 7MAYia 13 ( TRIPLET ) . . 6-Vl 11 Jam ( TRIPLET ) d. 17DEC1890PA 

m 10FEB1842 Hanna Shelby. . 7-irimrod ( TRIPLET ) . . 
8-Hannah b. 3JAiri816 ( TVIJ ) . . 9-Mariali ( TVIN ) (Single) . . 
10-Minerva b. 155071817 (Single).. 

11-Jesse b.22AUG1818 m Eliz. Everly(Baskett) ; Mannington W. . ^ 

12-Rachel b. 7FEB1820 m Tom Haigh. . , 

13-Eleanor b. 22FEB1822VA m Ralph Sanders.. 

Some sources also mention Philip b. cl815 Ivg Mono. Co. 1840.. 

On 23JA11795 in Hunterdon County 5J, Samuel R. Johnson swore an affadavit against 
Joshua Sr. for having abscounded 4 concealed himself from the Sheriff 4 was believed not 
in the state. 

According to Core, Joshua Sr. first came to Fayette Co. , PA probably to Springhill Twp. 
after 1793 & before 1800 where he appears in the Dunkard Twp. , Greene County, PA Census. 
A Theophilus Phillips(distant cousin) & Nicholas Blake(wltness on Joshua's 1810 will) 
were living in Fayette County's Springhill Twp. cl800 & may have stayed with them before 
the move to Greene County. 

On 26AUG1806, Joshua Sr. purchased 72 acres * 140 perches of land at White Oak Flat 
along Dunkard Creek in Greene Co. PA from Stephen Gappen. 
. . 1810 Greene Co. PA ¥111 of Joshua Hunt Sr. : 

",,, being weak in body but sound in leraory k understanding have made this ray last will and testanent in the 
following manner First of all that ray lawful debts S ray funeral expenses be paid, I bequeath unto by beloved 
wife Sarah my real estate and my personal property to be for her use during her life tine i after her death ay 
real estate is to be equally divided between ray sons Jonos S Joshua Hunt ray personal estate to be equally 
divided between my Sons & Daughters which is John Hunt, Margaret Ilef(Iliff), Roger Hunt, Saouel Hunt, Wllliai 
Hunt, Jonos Hunt, Sarah Denny, & Joshua Hunt, I do constitute and appoint Jonos h Joshua Hunt to - ray Exers & 
confirming this to my last will & testament as witness ray hand h Seal this eleventh day of Jany 1810," 
..Joshua signed with his mark "X" & witnessed by Nichs. Blake, David Parks, John Thomas. 

Registered 26DEC1810 and Jonas & Joshua appointed executors same day. 
. . (188-1) John appeared in the Alexandria, UJ Militia List of 1793. He was living in 
Springhill Twp. , Fayette County, PA in 1800. 



I 



Hunt, Joshua (CnntimiPd) #ifla-c 

.. <188-2) Margaret ' Ilef ' of Joshua Hunt's will was the wife of Thomas Iliff. Thomas was 

a the son of Lt. James Iliff & Elizabeth Calvin. James was part of a British Loyalist 

group captured in lovember of 1777 by Hew Jersey Militiamen in Hunterdon Co. , UJ. He was 

hanged as a traitor on 02DEC1777. Margaret & Thomas settled in Greene Twp. area of 

Greene Co., PA prior to 1300 with Thomas's brother, Robert, nearby & other brother, 

Stephen, settling in Hampshire Co., VA cl794. Joshua Iliff (188-2-3) owned three 

tanneries in the Cincinatti OH area before his death. 

. . (188-3) Roger appeared in the 1793 Alexandria, UJ Militia Lists. He was living in 

Springhill Twp. , Fayette County, PA in 1800. 

. . (188-4) Sajnuel was living next to Joshua Sr. in 1800. 

. . (188-7) Sarah Denney may have married a James or Daniel of Greene Co. PA. In addition, 

a Hannah & John Denney sold land in Greene Co. , in 1805. 

.. (188-8) Joshua Jr. moved to the Maidsville, Monongalia County, Virginia(W) area around 

1819 where he farmed till death. Harold Hunt uses different dates for Joshua Jr. : 

17JUL1786-23FEB1875. 

. . (376) ? Hunt - the ancestors of Joshua Hunt have not been discovered. However it is 
believed that he somehow descends from Ralph Hunt of Long Island Hew York and therefore 
sheet #3008 is included for reference. 



SOURCES i HISC INFO ' (RVSO 99A1JS1987), Sreene Co, Pfl «ills, Core's Konongalia Story p,S87, Charles & Helen Hunt, Harold Hunt, 
Ruth C, Haynes, Seorge Ely Russell, Hunterdon County Records, 

,,fl Ui, Hunt is buried in the Hunt Ceaetary of Morris Tap,, Sreene Co., PA b,160EC1781 d,29APR184S 
, ,A Joshua Hunt served in the Revolution in New Jersey Col, Cusaings Coipany. 
i, ,A Joshua Hunt appears in early 1720's in Westchester County NY, His son John had a son Joshua, 
, ,In 1303, a John Hunt i Willias Hunt «ere taxed in Alexandria T»p,, Hunterdon Co,, NJ, 



HTTSBAJTD'S FULL SAME : Seatoa, Janes III 



aiBia 



Msm 



19JUL1751 ELACE 



REV VAR VRTT?T?AN 



05SEP1780 ELACE 



DEATH : 02MAR1830 ELAC£ 
EIIELiL: ELACE 

QlffiE RESIDETTCES : 
OCCUPATIONS : Earner 
lULIIAfil SECQEn.- Clerk. 
HIS FATHER: SeatoTi. 



Vinchester, Frederick County, Virginia 
prob.Carmicheals, Greene County, Pennsylvania 
Carmicheals, Greene County, Pennsylvania 



#19»-A 



Crawford's Co. 
laass 



RELTGimT: 
Sth Battalion Washington Co. PA Militia 
#380 MOTHER: Kennpr. Elizabeth 



VIFE-S FULL NAME : Clark, Mary 
EiEIH: 19SEP1758 ELACE: 

DEAIH: 19DEC1826 ELACE: Carmicheals, Greene County, Pennsylvania 
EIIEIAL.: ELACE: Old Seaton Cemetery, Carmicheals, Pennsylvania 

OTHER RESIDENCES : 

OCCUPATIONS: Housekeeper RELTGiniT : 

HER FATHER: Clark. Jnhn? #382 MOTHER: ? . Warv 



#381 



#191 



CHILDREN/ -tSPOUSE 



#383 



DATE; 



PLACE: 



1 Janet (Jane) 
* Hunt, Jonas 

» 

♦ 



_i225_ aiEIH. : 12JUN1781/2 Carmicheals, Greene County, Pennsylvania 
#«94 MEEIi : 28JU1I1809 Greene County, Pennsylvania 

DEAIE : 25APS1858 Mallory Twp. , Clayton County, Iowa 
EIIEIALi Bethel Cemetery. Clayton Co unty. Iowa 



2 George Clark 



♦ DMcClelland, Eliz. 
» C1790-1820 
♦2) Smith. Esther 



aiEia •• 02JU1I1783 Carmicheals, Greene County, Pennsylvania 
IIAEEIi:2)31DEC1820 Greene County, PA by Vm. Bailey, J. P. 



DEAIE 
_aiIElAL 



13SEP1849 Beallsville, Washington County, Pennsylvania 



3 Betty 



♦ Cunningham, 

« 
♦ 



aiEiE 

DEATH 
BURIAL 



Doubt about this appearance in will of James. 



4 Margaret. 
♦ 



aiEiE 

DEAia 
.^HEIAL 



14MAY1790 Carmicheals, Greene County, Pennsylvania 
13JUL1793 Carmicheals, Greene County, Pennsylvania 



5 James Jr. 



♦ Cunningham, Mary 
» 1306-1871 

♦ 



EIEIE 

HAEEa 

DEAIE 

.EIIEIAL 



17MAE1793 Carmicheals, Greene County, Pennsylvania 
18APR1876 Carmicheals, Greene County, Pennsylvania 



6 Thomas Prather 

* Braun, Elizabeth 

♦ 1803-1897 
» 



BIRTH 
XAEEa 
DEATH. 
.EEEIALi 



24MAY1797 Carmicheals, Greene County, Pennsylvania 
04JUL1827 Carmicheals, Greene County, Pennsylvania 
02APR1880 Gerard's Fort, Greene County, Pennsylvania 



, CHILDREN OF : 
George #190-2-l-James b. 20APR1808PA d.22JA]I1893 Newton lA m Sarah Roberts., 

2-John Ivd Seatonville 4 Dallas W. . 

3-Mary b. 1810PA m Wm. Shoaf Ivd Dallas W. . 

4-Isabelle b. 18FEB1820PA d. 16APR1900PA ml8541 Vm. Fleniilkeii{1808-1893PA) 
2nd ¥ife: 5-Charlotte n Edward Riggs 4 Jonathan Davis <d). . 
Thomas #190-6-l-Mary (Charles?) 1826-1911 m Jonas Emery. . 

2-James b. 20AUG1829 d.22AUG1904 m Isabella ? i Sarah W. Siebh. . 

3-Franklin b.220CT1832 d.26JUL1903 m Lydia Evans 4 Adeline Hartley.. 

4-George Washington b.3MAY1837 d. 1FEB1893 m Eliza J. Anders.. 

5-Samuel E. b. 12JUN1838 d.27FEB1919 m Emmaline Ruse.. 

6-Barbary Jane b.5N0V1837 d. 18AUG1851. . 

7-Elizabeth Ann b. 1844. . 8-Mariah b. 1847. . 



Seaton, James (Continued) #190-E^ 



. . (190) Jajies Sr. in 1782 was listed as an owner of one slave. On 4APR1786, he surveyed 
300 acres in Washington County PAClater Greene County). On 10JUL1789, he patented the 
triangle of land extending from Little Vhiteley Creek 3t extending. Forth in Cumberland 
Twp. , Greene County, Pennsylvania. 

His will was written in 1827 & proved in Greene County, PA on 7APR1830. It read: 

"In the name of Sod araen, I James Seaton of Cumberland Township Greene County and State of Pennsylvania being 
of sound mind and Memory blessed be god, Knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die do make and 
publish this my will and Testament in manner and form following(to wit)" 

"I request my funeral Charges to be paid and my Just debts out of any estate by my executors," 

"2nd As I have executed a deed of Conveyance to my son 6eorge C, Seaton for the one half of my farm whereon 

he now Lives as it stands divided, I furthermore give unto the said George the five Silver Table spoons marked 
S, I, C, and one Case of bottles," 

"Srd Item, I give to my son James Seaton a certain piece of wood land more than I have heretofore given him, 
beginning at the North corner of my cleared field opesite said Janes, where he now lives, and from thence by 
the road until! it shall Intersect Robert Whitehills Line and to extend back so as to make four acres of 
iround, and also I give to my said son James one feather bed and its furnitureCay son Thoaas P, Seaton to have 
his choice) to him and his heirs forever," 

"4th I give and bequeath to my Spn Thomas P, Seaton the equal half part of all ay farm, of Und be real 

EstateCthe four acres to James only excepted) as it stands divided whereon I now live to hia and his heirs 
forever, " 

"5th I give to ay said son Thomas the six silver Tea Spoons _1_ i all that is Contained in the Cupboard and( 

all the Kitchen furniture and all that is Contained in the house as it itands, excepting what is been excepted,, 
and Identified and all the farming utensils to hia and heirs forever," 

"6th I give to my said Thomas and Seorge my Qjoscut S^w and hadChand?) S^w and other toils, to be for thea 

in equal Interest between them to them and their heirs forever," 

"7th I give to my son Thomas aforesaid a certain bay mare and colt, all ay stock of tlogs, to hia and his 

heirs," 

"8th I give to my Srandaughter Mary Charles Seaton on S^t of drawers left in the hands of my son Thomas, to 

be delivered to her when she may marry or be in a situation of wanting thea to her and her heirs forever," 

"9th I give to Q^ughters Janet HewitCHunt?) and Betty Cunninghaa one six gallon kettle and five gallon 

Pott , and the residue of my personal property to be equally divided among thea, to thea and their heirs 
forever, " 

"I9th I S.ive Joseph ray Molattoe men free and at Lsib erty iaaediatley after ay death," 

"lUh Aajid Lastly, I do hereby constitute and appoint my son Jaaes Seaton and ay son Thoaas P, Seaton 

Executors of this my Last will and testament and hereby revoking all foraer Wills by me made i £;<ecutes., " 

"In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 23rd day of June in the year of our Lord one 
thousand eight hundred and twenty seven," 
,, Witnesses; Francis McClelland, John S, Smith, & Jay Thompson Signed 4 Sealed: 'Jsnes Seaton' 

. . (191) Mary Clark comes from the same Clark family as Gen. George Sogers Clark of 

Revolutionary Var fame. See p. 382 for more on the Clarks. 

. . (190-2) George Clark Seaton was a veteran of the ¥ar erf 1812 and filed Pension 

Application #OVIF 3878. He had served as a Sergeant in Harper's Co. of the 1st Regiment 

of the Pennsylvania Militia. He moved to Beallsville, Washington Co. , PA in 1829 where 

he served as postmaster for 12 years. His second wife, Esther Shotwell Smith Seaton, was I 

living in Tuscarawas County, Ohio in 1855. 

. . (190-5) James Jr. was 85 years, 1 month, St 1 day old at death. 



i 



f 



Seaton, James (Continued) #19»-C 



..1832 Clayton County Iowa History refers to Jona's Hunt's wife as 'Jane Seaton*. James 
Seaton a Mary Clark seem to be the most logical parents of Jane Seaton. This is based on 
Jonas 4 Jane Hunt (see #094): 

-laming one daughter 'Mary Clark' after Jane's mother. 

-Jonas Hunt naming James Seaton Jr. (190-5) as co-administrator of his will. 

-Thomas Prather Seaton was a witness to Jonas' s will. 

-A Janet mentioned in Jame's Seaton Sr.'s will(Jane from Janet). 

-The Janet Hewitt mentioned in will is a transcription error 4 should be 'Hunt'. 

'^noRCFS % Hisr INFO : (RVSD 18HflR1987, 161, OAR APP of A. Collier 11I1AY1959 4 L, Hartley Teal 2«JUL19*8, Leckey, Bruce Seaton, 
Elda H, Flenniken Bush, 



HUSBATO'S FULL NA>fE : Schottmiiller , Christian 



BIRTH 



MEED. 
DEATH 



C1726 PLACE 
12FEB1748 ELACE 



25AUG1774 ELA££ 



ELACS 



QIMR RESIDENCES 

QCCUPATIQHS : 

MILITARY EE£QEI>: 

HIS FATHER : SchottTnfjn Pr. 



Baden, Germany 

Marxzell, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
Pfaffenroth, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
prob. Marxzell, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 



#240- A 



See mm 



VIFE'S FULL UAWE: Grazin, Maria Christina 



RELIGIOTT : Roman Catholic 



WQTHER: 



JL 



aiEIE: C1722 ELACE 
DEAIE: 26FEB1797 ELAC£ 
mmiAL: ELACE 

OTHER RESIDEgCES: 
CDCCUPATIQNS : 

HER FATHER; 



#241 



CHILDRETf/*S?nnSE 



Baden, Germany 

Pfaffenroth, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 

prob. Marxzell, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 

RELIGIOJ : Roman Catholic 
MQIHEBLi 



DATE; 



JELA££i_ 



Antonius 



_£12a BAEI2. 



Axtmann, Cath. 



#121 HASEE. 
DEATH 

BURIAL 



17JA]I1749 Pfaffenroth, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 

26APS1779 Pfaffenroth, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 

24JAH1829 Pfaffenroth, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 

27JAI1829 prob. Marxzell. Karlsruhe Dist. . Baden. GpnMTiy 



Agnss 



aiEiii 

DEAia 
_EIIEIAL 



Pfaffenroth, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 

25MAY1752 Pfaffenroth, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 

Prob. Marxzell. Karlsruhe Dist. . Baden. Germany 



Maria Anna 



Axtmann, Antonius 
(see #242) 



aiEIH. 
MEBU 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



30MAS1753 Pfaffenroth, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
14JA51782 Pfaffenroth, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 



Maria El izabeth 



aiEia 

WARRD 
DEAIS. 



10JAI1756 Pfaffenroth, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 



Marcus 



aiEia 

MAEED. 

DEAIH. 

.EnEIAL 



09SEP1758 Pfaffenroth, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
08DEC1798? 



Barbara 



aiEiH. 

DEAIH. 
.E2EIAL 



Pfaffenroth, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
18JU51759 Pfaffenroth, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 



Maria Magdelena 



aiEIH. 

HAEED. 
DEAIH. 
s/Q Christ ian & Maria BURIAL 



Vagner, Joannes 



21MAY1760 Pfaffenroth, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
20SEP1782?Marxzell, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 



Franc 1 sea 



aiEiH. 

DEAIE 
.EHEIAL 



24FEB1764 Pfaffenroth, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 

25JAJI1765 Pfaffenroth, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 

Marxzell. Baden. Germany 



Soil 



BIRTH 
DEAIE 
BURIAL 



1766/7 
20JA51770 Pfaffenroth, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 



. (240) Christian was godparent on 16AUG1756 at the baptism of Franciscus Schneider s/o 
Df Marcus Schneider & Agnes Axtmann of Burbach. 
. (240-7) Maria Xagdelena' s Confirmation sponsor in 1778 was a Maria Anna Schneider. 



Si^hnttimi 1 1 pr Christian (Cant . ) 


*;>4«-Bi 




..CHILDREIf OF: 

Maria #240-3-?- Jasephus d. 13JU3fl790. . 




SOURCFS i MISC INFO' (fiVSD UAUS1987) LDSLISI10i7S34 Mesl Sernan Friboura Archives. 





HUSBAUD'S FULL JfAFR.- Axtmann, Josephus 



#242 



BIRTH 



ELAC£ 



MARRD : 
DKATH : 

BURIAL: 

OTHER RE5TDETCES : 

Qf.CUPATIQgS : 

MILITARY RECORD: 

HT5 FATHER: 



ELACE. 



ELACE 



ELACE 



RELIGTOTT : RoBiaii Catholic 



JSmSERl 



VTFE'S FULL MME : Vaguer, 
aiEIIi: ELACE 
EEAIE: 08DEC1789 ELACE 
BURIAL: ELACE: 
QTHER RESIDENCES: 
OCCUPATIONS : 
HER FATHER: 



Maria Barbara 

Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
Karxzell, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 



#243 



SELIOIQI: 
MOTHER: 



Roman Catholic 



CHILDREN/ *SPQUSE 



DATE: 



PLACE; 



1 Catharine *121 BIRTH 
* Schottniiller, MARRD 
» Antonl #120 DEATH 
* BURIAL 



20APS1749 
26APR1779 
28JAN1825 
30JAN1825 



Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 

Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 

Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 

Maranzeller Cemetery. Marxzell. Baden. Germa 



il5- 



2 Josephus BIRTH 

* Merzin, Francisca MARBD 

* DEATH 

* d/Q JQS. a Wagdelena BURIAL 



1759 Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
25JAN1787 Marxzell, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 



3 Aatonius 

* Schottmiiller, 

* Maria Anna 

* (seg #240) 

4 

* 

» 

5 

* 

* 

♦ 

6 

* 
* 
» 

7 

* 



BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



14JA51782 Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 



BIRTH 
MARBD 
DEATH 

_SIIEIAL 



BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



BIRTH 

MARRD 

DEATH 

_aiIEIAL 



BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL: 



CHILDREN OF : 

Josephus #242-2-?-Veronica b. 250CT1804. . 



SOURCES ai MISC INFO : (RVSD 06JUL1987) Burbach R.C. Church Records, LDSLIB # 1047534-37, 



HU.t.sAjD'S 



aiEia 



MARRD 



DEAIE 



130CT1732 ELAQ£ 



30FEB1758 ELACE 



20JAIfl807 ELACE. 



NA?tE : Kunz, Josepho 

Baden, Germany 

Brubach, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
SIffilAL; PLACE: Marxzell, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 

QIHEE. SE5IDEI?CE5: Baden was part of the Holy Roman Empire in the 1600' s & 1700' s 
OCCgPAT I QIfS : RELIGinTT : Roman Catholic 

MILITARY SECQEH: 

HIS FATHER; IsmSER: 



#244 



VIFE'S FVLL MItE: 
aiZffl: 
DEAIE: 
EIIEIAL: 
OTHER RES I DEUCES 

QCCVPATIOIfS: 

HER FATHER: 



Mayin, Francisca 
PLACE : 



#245 



ELA££ 



PLACE 



Pfaffenrot was spelled ' Pfaffenroth' in old records. 

RELIGIQg : Roman Catholic 
HDIHEEj 



CHILDREIf/*S?OUSE 






DATE: 


PLACE: 








1 Maria Anna 

♦ Axtmann, Antonio 

♦ s/o Georgius 




BIRTH 
MRRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


08JA51759 
17JA51780 


Pfaffenrot, 
Pfaffenrot, 


Karlsruhe District, 
Karlsruhe District, 


Baden, 
Baden, 


Germany 
Germany 


2 Benedictus 

* Obreiter, laria 


#122 
#123 


BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


02FEB1762 
24irOV1833 


Pfaffenrot, 
Pfaffenrot, 


Karlsruhe District, 
Karlsruhe District, 


Baden, 
Baden, 


Germany 
Germany 


3 Maria Katharina 

* Huker, Josephus 

♦ s/Q Joannes St Maria E 


BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


11FEB1767 
JA11792 

+ 


Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
Marxzell, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 






BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 








BIRTH 
MARED 
DEATH 
BURIAL 








BIRTH 
MARRD, 
DEATH, 
BURIAL 








BIRTH 
ItARRD, 
DEATH 













BURIAL; 



SOURCES !k KISC IJFQ : (RVSD 13AUG1987), LDSLIB#1047534 W. German Fribourg Archives (Baden) , 



HTT.SBA?TD-5 FULL NA?re: Obreiter, Jasepho 



BISTH 



MEM 



C1750 ELACE 



ELACE 



ELA££ 



QIH£E. RESIDENCES : 
nCCUPATIQIfS : 
MILITARY RECQEI2: 
HIS FATHER: 



ELACE 



Baden, Germany 



#246 



RELIGIQ]? : Roman Catholic 



Glaser, 
ELA££ 



ELAC£ 



VTFH-S FULL ¥AME 
aiSIfi: 
DEAIH: 

BUEIAL: PLACE 
OTHER RESTDEgCES : 
OCCUPATIONS : 
HER FATHER: 



Solomea 



#247 



RELTGini: 
MOTHER: 



CHTLDRETTZ-tSPQUSE 



DATE: 



_ELAC£l 



1 Karia Anna 



J122. SAEIZ. 



* Kunz, Benedikt 

* 

» 



#122 MESH 
DEAIE 
BURIAL 



02FEB1770 
19J0V1787 
12MAY1319 
13MAY181Q 



Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 



2 feria Hagdelena birth 

* Mohr, Michael HAfiEJC 
» DEAIH. 

* 5/0 Francis a Maria BURIAL 
3 BIRTH 

* MSSD. 

* DEAIE. 



16AUG1772 Pfaffenrot, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Germany 
22SEP1794 Marxzell, Karlsruhe District, Baden Germany 



SOURCES i msc INFD ' (RVSO 13SEP1986), LDSLIBt! 047534 «, Serian Fribourg Archives, 
,,1730 at narxzeil, nana Solonea d/o Solonon 1 Maria 'Uagner' Slaser «as baptized, 



mT??BATO'S FULL MlfE: Mancke (Meinke, Hahncke) , Hans Silvert 

511, Klttendorf Parish, Mecklenburg, Germany 



BTRTH 



C1720 ELACE 
201IOV1744 ELACE 
ELAC£ 
ELAC£ 



#29G-A 



HMEJ2 

DEAIE 

BURIAL: 

OTHER RES I PHAGES : 

QCCUPATIQS5 : 

WTLITARY ^££^M1: 

HIS FATHER: 



SiJltei 



RELIGION : Evangelical Lutheran 
JIDI2E£; «_ 



Adlers, 
ELAC£ 
ELACE 



VTFE'S FULL TTAME: 
EIBIS: 
DEAIfi: 

ElffiUL: ELACE; 
OTHER RESIDENCES: 
XCTPATIQN5: 
HER FATHER: 



Sophia Dorthea 



#297 



RELIGION : Evangelical Lutheran 



CHILDRE]Sf/*SPQUSE 



DATE: 



PLACE; 



1 Joacliifli Fried, ffl48 ElEIE 



♦ Vulff, Anna D. 
» 



#149 WARRD 
DEATH 
EMIAL 



19AUG1745 Sulten, Kittendorf Parish, Mecklenburg, Germany 
23APR1762 Kittendorf Parish, Mecklenburg, Germany 
18SBP1809 Kittendorf, Mecklenburg, Germany 



2 Frans dirlstopher 

* 
* 

» 

3 

* 

4 

* 

5 

t 

* 

* 

6 

* 
* 

* 

7 

* 
« 



Eisia 

WARRD 

DEAia 
.SIIEIAL 



18MAR1750 Siilten, Kittendorf Parish, Mecklenburg, Germany 



WARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



aiEia. 

UAEBIi 

DEAia 

.aHEIAL 



ELSIE. 
MAEEa 
DEATH 

_EIIEIAL 



EiSIS. 
HAEBC 
DEAIE 
BURIAL 



aiEIH. 
MARRD 

DEAIH. 
BUI?IAL: 



SOURCES % FiTSf. mn - (RVSD 190EC1986), Sulten I Kittendorf Church Records, 



WTTSEATO'S FULL MME : Vulf f en (Wulf f ) , Friederich 



ELAC£ 
ELAC£ 




#298- A 



QUIER RESTDEgCES : 
OCCUPATIONS : 
WTLTTA5Y RECORD: 
HIS FATHER: 



RELIGIOl : 
MOTHER: 



VTFE'S FULL SAME : 

ElSia: PLACE 

DEAIfl: PLACE 

ElffilAL: FLAGS 

OTHER RESTPETTCES: 

QCCUPATIQSS : 

HER FATHER: 



SSLI^iIQI: 
MOTHER: 



CHILDREN/ ESPOUSE 




DATE: 


PLACE: 










BIRTH : 
KASED : 
DEATH : 
BURIAL: 
















7. Antia Ttarthea #149 


. BIRTH : 
JIAEED : 
DEATH : 
BURIAL: 


17MAY1738 
23APR1762 
20MAY1822 


Kittendorf, 
Kittendarf, 
Kittendarf, 


Mecklenburg, 
Mecklenburg, 
Mecklenburg, 


Germany 
Germany 
Germany 




* HanJicke, Jc}achia#148 




3 Friederich Bernard 


. BIRTH : 
MARRD : 
DEATH : 
BURIAL. 


21DEC1741 
18GCT1765 


Kittendarf, 
Kittendorf, 


Mecklenburg, 
Mecklenburg, 


Germany 
Germany 




* Mancke, Anna Maria 




4 Sophia 


. BIRTH 
MASRD. . 
DEATH ■ 
BURIAL 












* Kruger, ? 






. BIRTH • 
MARRD. 
DEATH, 
BURIAL 


















. BIRTH 
IfARSD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


















. BIRTH 
HARSD, 
DEATH 

_EIffiIAL. 

















SOURCES % mc. TUFH ' (RVSD 19DEC1986), Kittendorf Church Records, 



HUSBAin^'S F?LL MHE: Hentzel (Hensel) , Johann Lorentz 



BIRTH 



MESH 



C1700 ELAC£ 
ELA££ 



1754 ELACE 



BURIAL: HAQR 

QIIiEE. RESIDENCES: 

OCCUPATIONS : 

T^IT^ITARY RECORD : 

HIS FATHER: 



Pal itinate (Southern Germany), Germany 
Bern Twp. , Berks County, Pennsylvania 



ARRVD PA 173Q 



#32»-A 



(see #640) 



RELIGIOTT : Ref. Lutheran 
MOTHER: 



ELACE 



VIFE'S FULL gAWE : 
ELSIS: 
DEAIH: 

BURIAL : PLACE : 

OTHER RESIPEirCES: 

OCCUPATIONS : 

HER FATHER: 



? , Catherine Elizabeth 
ELACE: 



#321 



RELIGION : Ref. Lutheran 
HQTHER; 



CHILDREN/ -tSPQUSE 



DATE: 



PLACE: 



1 John Michael 



JtlM. BIRTH 



*1) Dewalt, Anna #161 HAEEH 
♦2)Backrider, Mary DEATH 
» MRIAL 



C1723 Palatinate, Germany 
1781 Berkeley County, Virginia 



2 Anna Marie 



BIRTH 

♦ Weichkard, John Philip MARRD 

♦ LI7NG 

» BURIAL 

3. 

* 

» 

♦_ 

4. 

* 

* 

♦ _ 
5. 
♦ 
* 
» 



1727 Palatinate, Germany 

1762 Bedminister Twp. , Berks Co. , Pennsylvania 



John Philip 



Walters, Mary Salome 



BIRTH 

MARRD 

DEAia 

.BURIAL 



C1733/5 Palatinate, Germany 
1755?Pennsylvania 
1786 Augusta Co. VA or 1795 Shelby Co. 



KY 



John Casper 



Gabriel?, Catherine 



BI2IE 
HAEEH 
LIVNG 

.BMIAL 



Lancaster County?, Pennsylvania 
1776 Littlestown, York (Adams) Co. , Pennsylvania 



BiEia 

HAEEH 
DEATH 

BURIAL 



CHILDREN OF : 

Anna Marie #320-2-1- 
Veichkard 

John Philip #320-3-1- 

3- 
4- 
5- 

John Casper #320-4-1- 

2- 
3- 
5- 



Catherine Elizabeth b. 19MAR1750. . 

Anna Catherine bptz. 11DEC1763. . 2-George b. 1758. . 

•John Lorentz bptz. 6JUL1760 Ivg Lincoln Co. KY in 1800.. 

Anna Maria bptz. 8APR1762. . 

■Maria Magdelena bptz. 11DEC1763. .6-Dorathy. . 

John Casper bapz. 30SEP1764PA d. JA]iri805PA m Mary Hve ? . 

■Lawrence ivg Clermont Co. Ohio in 1813. . 

■George b. cl777. . 4-Catherine. . 

■Philip Ivg. York Co. PA 1800. . 6-Jacab 1800 York Co. PA. 



..As was German custom, sons all bore same first name after father, but used middle nans. 
..(320) Johann Lorentz arrived Philadelphia, PA. 27AUG1739 aboard the ship 'Samuel' from 
Rotterdam via Deal, England a took the Oath of Allegiance to British Empire same day. He 
was taxed in 1754 while living in Bern Twp. , Berks County. He seems to have used 
Lawrence 4 dropped Johann. 
. . (320-2) Anna Marie also arrived with parents & took her oath the same day. 



Hentzel (Hansel) , Johann Lorentz (Continued) #320-B 



. . (320-3) John Philip appeared in the 1759 & 1758 Tax list for Windsor Twp. in Berks Co. 

PA as owning 50 acres. His children were baptized at the Windsor Castle Church in Berks 

County. He was naturalized as a citizen of the British Empire St Pennsylvania 

5APS1752 (Annapolis KD) . Sometime around 1775 he seems to have moved to Augusta County, 

Virginia and there on 15MAY1781 he purchased 185 acres 'on the Middle River of 

Shanandoah' from Alexander Kirk. On 16M51786 he deeded this land to sons, Lawrence 4 

George. Lawrence may be the same one who appears in 1800 Lincoln Co. KY Census & father, 

John Philip, may have accompanied him. Both George St Lawrence served in the militia in 

1782 at Ft. Dinwiddle & Ft. Warwick for three months under Capt. McKitrick. 

. . (320-4) John Casper Harden mentions that 1783 York County PA tax records mention a 

Philip Heltzel & a Tobias Heltzel (Paradise Twp.) & believed their name should have been 

spelled Hentzel & are probable sons. John Casper Jr. was baptized at St. Peter's Church 

in Richmond Twp. of Berks County PA i died in Mannheim Twp. of York County PA. In 1776, 

John Casper Sr. S wife Catherine appear on the list of communicants of Christ 

Reformed (Lutheran) Church at Littlestown of the then York Co. PA (Adams Co. after 1800). 

SOURCES k fllSC INFO ' (RVSD 39N0V1987), Canen Nisseldine, Ho»e i Sausaaan, Seorge Harden, 



HUSBAPP'S FULL ^AXS: Clapsaddle(Klebsattel) , Francis (Frantz) ARRVP PA 17:^.-^ 



BIRTH 



MMR 



DEAIE 



1701 ELACE 
C1722 ELACE 



#324-A 



C1770 ELACE 



miEIAL: ELACE 

QIEEfi RESTDFTTCES : 
OCCUPATinTTS : 

MILITARY SECQEI2: 
OTHER SPOUSES : 

HIS FATHER; 



Baden, Germany 
Baden, Germany 
York County?, Pennsylvania 



See »64fl 



RELIGIQTf : Ref. Lutheran 



MOTHER: 



WIFE' S F UL L MME: 



Rosina 



EIEIE: 1699 ELACE 

DEAIE: JAI1773 ELAilE 

EIIEIAL: ELA£E 

OTHER RESIDENCES : 

OCCUPATIONS : 

OTHER SPOUSES : 

HER FATHER: 



Baden, Germany 

York County, Pennsylvania 



#325 



RELTnimT: Ref. Lutheran 
MOTHER: 



CHILDREN/ *SPOUSE 




DATE: 


PLACE: 




1 Michael 

* Bard(t), Catharine 

» -1797PA 

♦ 


BISTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


C1724 

C1745 

1786 


Baden, Germany 

Hannover?, York County, Pennsylvania 

Mt. Pleasant, York County, Pennslyvania 




2 Hans JerickCGfinrje) 
» 


BIRTH 
MAERD 
DEATH, 
BURIAL 


C1726 


Baden, Germany 




3 Catherine Barbara 
* Hoopert, George 

* 

4 


BIRTH 
HARRD 
llTSiQ 
BURIAL 


24JA1I1728 
1750 


Ittlingen, Baden, Germany 
Hannover, York County, Pennsylvania 




4 George Franciscus#162 BIRTH 

* Unknown WARRD 

♦ DEATH 
» BURIAL 


02MAY1729 


Ittlingen, Baden, Germany 

Peter's Twp. , Franklin County?, Pennsylvania 




5 Johannes 

* 


BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


06JAiri731 


Ittlingen, Baden, Germany 




6 Anna Rosina 


BIEIH. 
HARED, 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


04JAiri732 


Ittlingen, Baden, Germany 




7 Daniel (Capt. ) 


BIRTH 


1734 


Pennslyvania 





»l)Helms, 
*2) ? 



Mary 

Magdelena 
Anna 



HAEED: 

DEATH. 

.^IffilAL 



1) Washington Twp. , Franklin County, Pennsylvania 
OCT1807 Hagerstown, Washington County, Maryland 



9 Maria. 

» 

* 

♦ 

9 

» 

» 



BIEIH. 
MEEH 
DEAIH. 
BURIAL 



17FEB1740 Conewago, York County, Pennsylvania 



BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH. 
BURIAL 



. . Further research is required 
this date, this is a tentative 



to determine if all children survived to adulthood. At 
outline to provide clarity in this research effort. 



Clapsadd lp. Francis. 



(Continued) 



J321-B 



Michael #324-l-l-Francis b. 15JUL1746PA C2nd Lt. Rev. Var York Ca.).. 
2- John George bptz. 27]tAR1748 d.VA?.. 
3-John Paul bptz. 28MAY1754PA d. MD? m Catharine ? .. 
4-Jtichael b. 5FEB17??PA d. PA m Catharine?.. 
5-Daniel b. 20FEB1756PA d. 18130H m cl780PA Christina Wimborn. 
6-Catharine b. 7JUU1752PA m Anthony Miller.. 
7-Barbara b. pl750 m Adam Crasser Jr. 
8-Mary b.pl750. . 
#342-3-l-Daniel b. 28JUI1760PA. . 



Catherine 
Hoapert 
Daniel 



#324-7-l-!Io living children mentioned in vrlll. 



.. (324) Francis & Rosina arrived in Philadelphia 28AUG1733 aboard the ship 'Hope' from 
Rotterdam, via Cowes, under Capt. Dan Reid. There were 389 passengers, including 83 
iiales above 16, 81 females, & 225 children under 16. Of these, 226 were German 
Palatines. Included amongst them was Frantz Klebsattel (translator' s spelling) age 32 4 
wife Rosina(spelled: Klipsegel) age 34. They brought along two sons: Migel (Michael) age 
9 & Hans Jerick(George) (translator spelled: Klipsegel) age 7. The other children were 
not listed on the passenger list probably because they were underage 4 travelled free. 

Although Francis departed from Ittlingen & four of his children were born there, he may 
have been born & married in a nearby town. 

He & son, Micheal, signed a petition to the York County Court on 24APR1750 with other 
citizens of Paradise Twp. requesting that the Mill on Big Connawago Creek be ordered to 
put a flood gate in its dam to allow fish up the creek. 

. . (325) 28JA3f 1773, York Co. PA Registrar granted letters of administration for estate of 
Rnfiina Clapsaddle to: Michael Clapsaddle, Henry Schlagel, & John Obleanes with Thomas 
Smith & John Clark Jr. as witnesses to Michael's mark " JC St Henry & John's signature. On 
27FEB1773, Jacob Shup & Adam Grafser presented the inventoi^ of Sosina Clapsaddle' s 
estate: (British Currency; Pounds(£), Schillings(i), Pence(p)); 

Bible 10§ Prayer book 4§ German book 2§6p History of Bible 4§ 

Psalm book 1§ Iron pott & skillet 5§ 
Brass skillet 2§ Iron pott 4§ 

4 old pewter basons & plate 6§ 



Four old books 

Tea kettle 

Glass bottle 

Flesh fork 4 ladle 

Black jacket 

Honey jugg 

Box jren? 

Jacket 

Cagg? 

Scap of bees 

Old bagg 

Old pu.ter dish & plate 



61 
7§6p 
1§ 
1§ 
5§ 
1§ 

l§6p 
4§ 

6p 
6§ 

6p 
l§6p 



Tea pott i cannister l§6p 



Frying pan 
Lamp candlestk 
1 old wheal 
Chaar 

4 pair shoes 
Chist 
Pot rack 
Cash 

Bagg & jacket 
2 qts. honey & 3#s flax 5§ 4# of toe? 
Dajks: Due by George Clapsaddle 10jei7§4p 
Due by Daniel Pisher 10£ 0§0p 

Total Appraised Value . . . 108£ 15§ 4p 
Small sums were paid: John Sfutter, George Hoopard, Rev. George Bager for funeral 
sermon(7§), James Calhoun, Andrew Mcllvain, Francis Clapsaddle for coffin(7§), Henry 
Mills. 



1§ 

10p 

1§ 

1§ 

4§ 

3§ 

l§6p 

U10§ 

2§ 

l§4p 

Due by Michael Clapsaddle 



Oyl jug 

Heakle 

Dung fork 

Old bead 

? & yard of linen 

Patifonts? & bead 

3 old pater plates 

Veeding hoe 



Total Proceeds at Sale. 



6p 

as 

l§3p 
1* 
l£6§6p 

7§6p 
lip 

l§6p 

30il7§4p 
109£ 8§ 6p 



Clapsaddle, Francis (Continued) #324-C 



.. (324-1) Micliael was mentioned as a son-in-law in Sevilla Bard's York County will of 
20SEP1757 (presented 240CT1758). He also served as executor in brother-in-law George 
Bardt's (h/o Barbara) York Co. 1768 estate. Most of his children were born in the 
Hannover area of York County PA. Wife, Catharine (Catrin), lived her remaining years as 
a widow with son Michael Jr. S his wife & in 1797 specified that Michael Jr. should get 
an extra 65£ inheritance in expression of her gratitude to him. Michael Jr. (324-1-4) 
served as executor of mother's estate. Michael Jr. is also listed in the 1840 
Revolutionary Var Pensioner Census. 

. . (324-7) Daniel served as a Captain in Cumberland County PA militia 1780-81. In 1791, 
he sold his land in Washington Twp. , Franklin Co. PA 4 moved to the Hagerstown MD area. 
In his 1807MD will, he mentioned the stepdaughters by his second wife: Elizabeth Andrew 
Shank, Catharine Cushwauger, Mary Peter Barktoll, Susannah Jacob Barktoll, i Esther 
Christian Lantz Jr. There seems to have been no natural children surviving at the time 
of death despite three marriages. 

SDURCgS !. II SC INFD ; (RVSD 22N0V1987) Franklin, Adams, i York Co, PA probate, Court, 4 County Histories, Doris Postell, Donald 

Eff, 

,,18S« Colujbiana Co, OHIO Census; Daniel Clapsaddle(63) b,VA h «ife, Preva(6i) b,VA 



^USBAiTD'S FTJLL MHE: Darrow, George 



BIRTH 



ELMD. 
DEAIH 



17MAR1712 £LA££ 



260CT1735 ELACE 



pl776 ELAC£ 



Ilew London, 
Stonington, 
Stonington, 



BURIAL: ELACE: 

OTHER RESIDENCES: 

QCCVPATIQ PS : 

XILITARY SECQfiC: 

OTHER SPOUSES : 

HTS FATHER: Darrnw. Christopher 



Uew London County, Connecticut 
Sew London County, Connecticut 
Ifew London County, Connecticut 



#336- A 



RELIGIQIT : Congregational 



#672 



VTFE'S FULL MME : Palmer, Phoebe 
EI£IIi: 245071717 ELACE: Stonington, 
LITUG : 1775 ELACE: Stonington, 
miEIAL: ELACE: 
OTHER RESTDElSrCES : 
OCCUPATIONS : 

OTHER SPOUSES: 

HER FATHER: Palmer. Joseph 



MOTHER: Packer. HH7: abeth #673 

#337 



Hew London County, Connecticut 
Hew London County, Connecticut 



#674 



RELIGIQIT: Congregational 
MOTHER: Palmer. Mary 



Ȥ75 



CHILDREN/ ESPOUSE 



DATE: 



.ELACEl. 



Phebe 



Palmer Jr. , Villiam 

17??-1807irY 
s/o Vtb. #1350-4-3 



EISIH. 

MEED. 

DEAIE 

.EJIEIAL 



18APS1737 Stonington, Hew London County, Connecticut 
08ffOV1753 Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 
1829 Broolcfield, ?Chenango Co. , New York 



Josgph 



aiEIE. 

DEAia 

_EIIEIAL 



07APR1739 Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 
021tAY1751 Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 



Ichabod 



SIEIE 

DEAia 

_a2EIAL 



02AUG1741 Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 
17AUG1741 Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 



George 



#168 



Benjamin, Elizabeth 
#169 



HAESH 

DEAIE 

.EIIEIAL 



16AUG1743 Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 
07MAR1763 Preston, New London County, Connecticut 
16NOV1820 Bridgewater, Susquehana County, Pennsylvania 



Mary 



Palmer, Azariah 



ai£iE. 

MEED. 

DEAIH. 

.BURIAL 



08AUG1745 Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 
26JAN1764 Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 



Frances 



Trowbridge, James 

1739-1820 
s/Q Daniel 3t Hanaalx 



ELSIE 

MARRD 

DEAIE 
.EIIELAL 



01APR1748 Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 
04DEC1766 Pomfret, Vindham County, Connecticut 
02JUL1782 Pomfret, Vindham Co. , Connecticut 



Joseph 



ELSIE 
HAEED. 
LIVNG 

BURIAL 



30MAY1751 Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 
1772 Concord (Chatham) , Albany Co., New York 



John 



ElEIH. 

MAEEH 

DEAia 

.BUELAL 



16DEC1753 Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 



Elizabeth 



ELEIE 

MAEEH 

DEAIE 

.EUEIAL 



14DEC1755 Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 



Lydia 



ELEIE 
USED. 
DEAIE 
RHRIAL 



20NOV1758 Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 



I 

. . . Darrow. Genrge (Continued) #336-B. . ' 

CHTLDRE!! OF : 
Phebe #336-l-l-Esther b. 01JUL1752. . 
Palmer 2-Vose b. 90CT1754CT Ivg 1800; Brookfleld Twp. , Chenango Co. FT.. 

3-Persilla b.22JAI1757CT.. 

4-Phebe b. 29MAR1760CT. . 

5-Villiam b.310CT1762CT Ivg 1800: Brookfleld Twp., Chenango Co. lY. . 

6-Sarah b.26JAIfl765CT. . {. 

7-Frances b.6JA51767. . ? 

8-Gearge b. 11JD1I1769. . i 

Mary #336-6-l-Mary b. 23JA51765. . 2-Azarlah b. 25XAY1767. . 

Eainec 3-Pardon b. 22JUH769. . 4-Russell b. 30JUL1771. . 

Frances #336-7- 1-phebe b.2APR1769CT d. 180CT1851CT ml797CT Danl. Hascraft (1771-1848) . . 
Trowbridg e 2-Clenient b. 27JU51774CT d. 1353 m Olive Smlth(1784-1868) . . J 

3-Fanna b. 14KAY1775 " 

4-Lucinde b. 10APR1782Ct d. 1869 m Thos. Fiske(1774irH-1861) . . 4-5 ? .. 



. , (336) (Jearge may not have been living in 1776, because Dr. Asa Spaulding, who served 

Stonington, mentions only Phebe Darrow in his diary of 1774-1776. (jeorge 4 Phebe had 

been married by the Stonington CT Justice of the Peace: Daniel Palmer. 

.. (336-1) Phebe's children settled in Chenango/Madison County, SY in the early 1800' s 

where in 1300 Roysel Darrah (#168-4) is listed in the Census of Brookf ield Twp. . 

. . (336-6) Frances & James Trowbridge were in Pomfret Twp. , Windham Co. , Ct. for birth of 

Clement in 1774 4 Lucinde in 1782. They owned 400 acres between Pomfret & Ashford. 

. . (336-7) Joseph was probably the same Joseph living in Albany Co. Ff who in 1772 

witnessed brother George's Deed of Sale for land in Preston CT. 

. . (336-8) John may have been the same John Darrow who died in Columbia County WI cl815 or 

Albany County ITY cl795. 

..Lemuel b.cl740 ml7JUL1760 N. Stonington, CT Martha Palmer, according to Richatrd Kline, 

may be an additional son of (Jeorge S Phebe Darrow. 

SOURCES i nm INFO ' (RVSD 07N0V1987), 161, Richard Kline, Jerry Van Ouzer, Huelsen LDSi 963962, Stonington CT Vital Records 
LDSI 2980, Virlcus p,59S, Preston CT Land Records, 



HUSBAND'S FULL MME : Benjamin, Daniel 



#338- A 



aizffl 



EAELi 



MEER 
DEATH 



17SEP1714 ELA££; 
310CT1714 ELA££: 
13MAB1739/40 
30JUL1756 ELA££: 
BURIAL: Lot 1-18 PLACE ; 

OCCUPATIONS : 

aiLlIAfil EECQEE; 

HIS FATHER: Bern' ami n. Jnseph 



Preston, New London County, Connecticut 
Preston, New London County, Connecticut 
Preston, New London County, Connecticut 
Preston/Griswold, New London County, Connecticut 
Rixtown Cemetery, Griswold, Connecticut 



RELIGION : Congregational 
J5S25 MOTHER: Cook. ETIz^^bf^th 



#677 



WIFE'S FULL NAME : Guile, 
aiEIH: 20MAR1716 ELACfi: 
DEAIIi:?26JUL1758 ELAC£: 
SmiAL: ELACE: 

OTHER RESIDENCES : 

OTHER SPOUSES : 2) Israel Hutchinson m 16DEC1756 
OCCUPATIONS : 
HER FATHER: Guile. Ben 1 ami n 



Phoebe 
?Preston/Griswold, New London County, Connecticut 
Preston/Griswold, New London County, Connecticut 
May have died at a later date! 



?3) ? Wheeler 
RELIGION : Congregational 



#339 



#678 MOTHER: Denisnn. Phoebe 



# §79 



CHILDREN/ESPOUSE 



DATE; 



PLACE; 



1 David 



* 

» 

2 Daniel 
* Unknown 
* 



aisia 

DEAIH. 
.BURIAL 



cl743 New London County, Connecticut 
28JUL1753 Preston, New London County, Connecticut 



BAPTZ 

MEED. 

DEAia 

JS3E1AL 



0CT1744 North Church, Preston, New London Co. , Ct. 



3_E2iQai!2 EAZrZ. 

» Benjamin, Ebenezer HAfiEE. 
» 1734CT-1789NY DEAIE 
* s/Q Obed #676-2 BURIAL 



29SEP1745 Preston/Griswold, New London Co. , Connecticut 
17N0V1761 Preston, New London Co. , Connecticut 
02NOV1813 Chatham, Columbia County, New York 
Benjamin Farm. Red Rock. Columbia Co. . NY 



4 JgdidiaJi.. 



EAEI2. 

HAEEH 

DEAia 

.^IffiLAL 



21JUN1747 Preston/Griswold, New London Co. , Connecticut 



5 Elizabe th 

* Darrow, George 

* 

* 



#169 MEIZ. 



#168 MESH 
DEAIH. 
BURIAL 



09APR1749 Preston/Griswold, New London Co. , Connecticut 
07MAR1763 N. Cong. Church, Griswold, New London Co. , CT 



6 Grace 



♦ Fanning, Walter 
» 1747CT- 

* s/o Thomas 



BAPT2 
MEEH. 
DEAIE 
BURIAL 



24FEB1754 Preston/Griswold, New London Co. , Connecticut 
07NOV1771 Preston, New London County, Connecticut 



7 Ben 1 ami n 

* 



BAEIZ. 
DEAIIi 
BURIAL 



20JUN1756 Preston/Griswold, New London Co. , Connecticut 
28JUL1756 Preston/Griswold, New London Co. , Connecticut 



CHILDREN OF : 

Phoebe #338-3-1- 

Benjania 2- 

3- 

4- 

5- 

7- 

9- 

10- 

11- 

13- 



Daniel b.26SEP1762 d.cl823NY ml782NY Sarah Davis,. 

Ebenezer b.4APR1766 d. 1855NY ml790NY Eliz. Foote. . 

William b. 16APR1768 d. 19N0V1844NY ml Juliane Beebe m2 Marg. Maybee 

Benjamin b. 13JAN1770CT d. 0CT1859NY. . 

Grace b. 9AUG1771CT. . 6-Elizabeth b. 11MAY1773CT d. NY m Amos Starkweather 

Lyol b.NY. .8-Elijah b. 28AUG1778NY d. 1852NY ml804NY Lois Barnes.. 

Phoebe b. 18JAN1780NY m Josiah Wheeler. . 

Darius b. 15FEB1781NY d.24APR1850 ml817NY Martha Rogers (d. ILL) . . 

Martin b.cl786NY d. 17MAY18520H m Anna Lovejoy. . 12-Asa b.cl791NY.. 

Anna m ? Merchant. . 



Benjamin, Daniel CCantinued) #338-B 



< 



. . (339) Phoebe after the death of Daniel Benjamin married Israel Hutchinsan(d. 1776 
Preston, CT) and were the parents of: 

Amos Hutchinson b. 140CT1757 ml780 Lucy Kinne : 

Benjamin Hutchinson b.27FEB1760 

Sarah Hutchinson b.24MAY1762 
Israel Hutchinson's children by his prior marraige (1736) to Mary Burton (d.cl747) were: 

Mary b. 2SEP 1739. . Ruth b. 4JUL1737 ml753CT Jared Cook.. 

Lydia b. 29MAY1744. . Susanah b. 22AUG1742. . 

Elisha b.20SEP1746CT ml768 Mercy Guile.. 
Since Israel Hutchinson served as Step-father to Phoebe's children by her first husband, 
Daniel Benjamin, there was much influence as evidenced by Elizabeth Darrow(#338-5 #169) 
naming her second son after step-brother, Elisha Hutchinson. 

.. (338-3) Phoebe moved with her husband, Ebenezer, to Old Chatham(4 mi. E of Chatham) in 
the Red Rock area of Columbia County, FY around 1774. He had served as a private in the 
4th Co. of 1st Reg. CT Troops during the French & Indian Var in the 1755 ejcpedition 
against Crown Point. During the American Revolutionary Var he had served as a Lieutenants 
and Captain in the 5th Co., 17th Reg. Albany Co. FY Militia(Rev Pen #S-12151). 

SOURCES a MISC 1 170 : (RVSD 300CT1987) , IGI, Bicha i Brown, Preston CT Town Records, 



ITJSBATO'S FULL MME : Eaton, Uathaniel 



#340- A 



BTI^TH 



usm 



DMIH 



08JUI1704 PLACE 
31MY1727 ELAQE 



15MA51795 ELA££ 



PLACE 



Woodstock, Vindham County, Connecticut 
Ashford, Vindham County, Connecticut 
Ashford, Vindham County, Connecticut 



BireiAL : 

OTHER RESTDE?TCES : Vat It ham, 

OCCUPATIQTIS : Asford CT Town Clerk & Treasurer 

WTLITARY E££QEI): 

mS FATHER: Eaton. Thmiiaf=5 #680 



RELIGIQH: 7th Day Baptist? 
MOTHER: G«y. T.ydia 



#^ 91 



■^TFE'S FULL gAWE : Perry, Easter 
aiEIE: ELACE: 



#341 



DEAIH: 14SEP1769 PLACE 
BESJLAL: PLACE 

OTHER REST DEUCES : 
OCCUPATIQTTS : Housekeeper 
HER FATHER: Perrv. Capt . John 



Ashford, Vindham County, Connecticut 



sEuaii2a: 

#682 MOTHER: ? 



Sarah 



Jtfifii 



:HILDREN/«SPQnSE 



DATE; 



PLACE: 



Easter (Esther) 



Clark, ? 



BTRTH 

DEAIH. 
_SIIEIAL 



05APR1728 Ashford, Vindham County, Connecticut 



Calvin 



aiEiii 

DEATH 
BURIAL 



10JA51730 Ashford, Vindham County, Connecticut 
29MAR1733 Ashford, Vindham County, Connecticut 



Lydia 



aiEia 

DEAIfl. 
BURIAL 



30JA11734 Ashford, Vindham County, Connecticut 
065OV1748 Ashford, Vindham County, Connecticut 



Calvin 



Vard, Elizabeth 



aisia 

MMD. 
DEAia 
BURIAL 



11AUG1736 Ashford, Vindham County, Connecticut 

08DEC1757 Ashford, Vindham County, Connecticut 

?22IfOV1787 Ashford, Vindham County, Connecticut 



Nathaniel 



BIRTH 

DEAIfl. 
BURIAL 



10MAR1731 Ashford, Vindham County, Connecticut 
16MAR1731/2 Ashford, Vindham County, Connecticut 



Abigail 



BIRTH 

DEAIH. 

_EIIEIAL 



2650V1731 Ashford, Vindham County, Connecticut 
26IfOV1731 Died young 4 name given other daughter. 



Nathaniel Jr. 



1) Johnson, Sarah 
2)Metcalf, Margaret 



BIEIH 
HARSH: 
DEAIH 
BURIAL 



02FEB1734 Ashford, Vindham County, Connecticut 
l)13IfOV1755 Ashford, Vindham County, Connecticut 
235OV1804 Ashfield?, Connecticut 



Abigail 



BIRTH 
DEAIH 
BURIAL 



Anna 



BIRTH 

DEAIH 

_EMIAL 



g* Ann 



BIRTH 
DEAIH 

BURIAL 



1 Amy 



?Bicknell, Vllliam 



aiRIH 
MARRD 

DEAIH 
BURIAL 



20MAY1738 Ashford, Vindham County, Connecticut 
230CT1742 Ashford, Vindham County, Connecticut 



19FEB1732 Ashford, Vindham County, Connecticut 

Died young 4 name given other daughter. 



11AUG1736 Ashford, Vindham County, Connecticut 
02OCT1738 Ashford, Vindham County, Connecticut 



26irOV1739 Ashford, Vindham County, Connecticut 
15I0V1759 Ashford, Vindham County, Connecticut 



Kfl+.mi. ITathaniel (Continued) 



»34»-B 



12 Ebenezer 

♦ Humphrey, Xary 

♦ 



MACTD 

LI Y?Q 
BUHIAL 



21JAI1740 Ashford, Vindham County, Connecticut 
12MAY1753 Ashford, Vindham County, Connecticut 
1800 Otsego County, Sew York 



i3_Eliiai #170 hii^th 

♦ lCDtt,Deliverance#171 MAR5D 

* DEATH 
♦ EIIEIAL 



24AUG1742 Ashford, Vindham County, Connecticut 
21MAY1771 Chatham, Columbia County, lew York 
03MAR1805 Schoharie County, Hew York 



14 jflia aisia 

» Braman, Elizabeth MARBD 
♦ DEATH 
♦ EUSIAL 



20ADG1745 Ashford, Vindham County, Connecticut 



15 Lydia 



BIRTH 

♦ DUtter, David WARRD 
♦2) Spring (sted) , Jeremiah DEATH 
* BURIAL 



04JU51749 Ashford, Vindham County, Connecticut 



16_Al2£l aiEIH. 

♦ Hurd, Ann Azuba MAR5D 

* DEATH 
* BURIAL 



1754 Voodstock, Vindham County, Connecticut 
130CT1912 Cairo, lew York 



■ ■CHILDREJf QF: 

Calvin #340- 4-1-Easter b. 7SEP1758. , 2-Martha b. 28MAY1760. . 

3-Anne b. 19JU]J1768. . 

4-Elizabeth b. 9FEB1765. . 5-Zilpah b.3JU11770 d. 29AUG1790. . 

6-Metilda b.6SEP1772. . 

7-Abel b. 140CT1775. .8-James b.3AUG1780.. 
Iathaniel#340 -5-1-Calvin b.7APS1762 d. 31JA51764. . 

2-Salla b. 14MAB1770. . 

3-Roxelana b. 55071772. . Villiam d. 1811 
Ebenezer #340-12-l-Abigail b. 26APR175?. . 2-5athan b.29AUG1755 ml779 Phebe Brooks.. 

3-Mary b. 13FEB1759. . 

4-Ebenezer b. 18DEC1760. . 

5-Diadamy b. 3APR1753. . Eunis b. 19MAS1765. . 

6-Elizabeth b. 6JA51767. . Meriam b. 17FFB1769. . 

7-Hannah b.lFEB1771.. Thankful b.2FEB1773 

8-Desire b.29KAY1778 (TVIF) ml803 Alva Sogers.. 

9-Freelave (TVIU) . . Dilley b. 13JA51776. . 

. . (340-7) Sathanlel Jr. had a son, Villiam, who married Elizabeth Sykes. Molyneux 
reports: " Villiam. .. at sixteen ran away from home to join the army and prevailed upon 
Captain Dana to recieve him as his servant (1776) . " 

Villiam "...enlisted in the American Army in 1780, was promoted sergeant and was 
mustered out in 1783. .. graduated from Dartmouth College in 1790. .. (appointed) U.S. Consul 
to Tunis by Presicent Adams in 1796-7, General Villiam Baton upheld the United States in 
matters of tribute money and securing immunity from the piratical Tunasans. On return to 
the United States was appointed U.S. laval Agent to Barbary States by Presi Jefferson and 
accompainel the naval fleet to the Mediterranean 1804 Arriving at Tripoli he found that 
the Pasha Hamlet had been deposed by his brother, and first obtaining the sanction of the 
United States Government & Co. operation of the U.S. navy, he undertook to reinstate him 
by first bringing him from Egypt where he had fled. He headed 500 men mostly Arabs and 
marched 600 miles across the Lybcian desert to Dome and thence to Bomba. where the Argus 
and Hull were waiting. On April 27, 1805 they opened fire on the fortifications of the 
town, drove the Tripolitans from their guns and the land force under Eaton carried the 
works by storm. In the assult Eaton was severely wounded. He then prepared to fall upon 
Tripoli, when treaty between the two nations was signed, 1808; He i in 1811." There is 
also a movieCThe Barbary Pirates') about this period. y 



Eaton. Nathaniel (Continued) #34»-C 

.. (340-14) John served as a private in the Revolutionary Var from Connecticut. 
. . (340-16) Abel moved to Concord, New York around 1769 where he was a Deacon of the local 
church h Captain in the Concord County Militia. He was also a Corporal in the 5th 
Company of the 17th Albany County Regiment under Colonel Whitney. 



snilflrF!^ % HTSC INFO ' (RVSO 19SEP1987), ISI, Rev, War, flpp. of Deliverance Notl Eaton »171, Nolyneux, Bowen's "History i 
Genealogies of Woodstock CT, Fa»ilies' V,4(LAPL), Ashford Tonn Records, 



I 



HUSBATO'S FULL MWE : Mott, 



B12JR 



D£AIH 



ELACE. 



#342 



PLACE 



pl777 ELiCE 



BUBIAL : ELACE. 
QIHEE. RESIDEgCES: 

nCCUPATIQ^TS : 

MTLTTARY REilQEIi: 

HI S FATHES ; 



TColumbia County, lew York 



RELTGTnW: 



ELACE 



ELACE 



VTFE'S FULL ^kWE 
aiEIE: 
DEAIE; 

EMIAL: ELACE 
OTHER RE5IDEKES: 
QCCUFATIO N S: 

HER FATHHR: 



JIQIHEfi; 



#343 



RELTGTnTT: 
MOTHER: 



CHILDREIT/ 


*5P0TJSE 






DATE: 




PLACE 




1 Deliverance 


#171 


SIEIH, 


03DEC1751 


Hew York 


or Connecticut 


* Eaton, 


Elijah 


#170 


maeeh 


29MAY1771 


Chatham, 


Columbia County, Sew York 








EEAia 


09SEP1849 


Villets, 


Chenango County, Sew York 








BURIAL 










2 Henrv 






EIEUi 




1758 












MSBH. 
















LIVTIG 




1777 


Columbia 


County, Hew York 








BURIAL 
















aisia 
















MEEH 
















nEAia 
















BURIAL 











. . Heim^ served with Elijah Eaton(also his guardian) during the Revolutionary War in the 
Seventh Regiment of the Albany County ITY Militia under Capt. Arron Ostrander. 

Jeremiah Mott also served in the Seventh Regiaient. He was living in Columbia County, 
NY in 1790. In the 1800 Cherry Valley, Otsego Co., NY Census he is probably the same 
Jeremiah Mott over 45 yrs. of age - possibly a brother/cousin to Henry & Deliverance 4 
living not far from Elijah Eaton. Jeremiah was probably the son of Gershom 4 Elizabeth 
Mott (b. 25AUG1731 Canterbury Twp. , Windham County, Connecticut). 

..Another passible relative includes: Abel Mott (b. 22FEB 1736 Wallingford, New Haven 
County, Connecticut) son of Samuel & Sarah Mott. He was living in Columbia County, New 
York in 1790. 

Possible ancestor to all is Jeremiah Mott of Westerly, Washington County, RI & who had 
married Margaret d/o Shubael Painter 4 moved to Wallingford, CT. Their children were 
born between 1718 & 1738: Mary, Eliz. , Jonathan, Saml., Elizabeth II, Eunice, Adam, 4 
Lent. Another is Samuel d. 1745/6 who married Sarah Gie? with children born 1736-40: 
Abel, Ezekial, 4 Comfort (others?) . 

Their ancestor may have been Adam Mott of Portsmouth, RI whose descendants settled in 
Kingstown 4 Westerly, Washington County, RI with children born 1621-40: John, Adam, 
Jonathan, Elizabeth, Jacob, Eleazor. 

Another Adam Mott of the same time period(1600-1700) settled on Long Island 4 was 
probably closely related to Adam of Portsmouth, RI. His 1681 NY will named children: 
Adam, James, Grace, John, Joseph, Gershom, Henry, 4 wife Elizabeth. 

Also note: Nathaniel Mott ml656 Hannah Shooter 4 lived in New Shoreham, RI with 
children born 1657-1675 4 lived in Scituate, Providence Co., RI: Nathaniel, John, Edward, 
mary, Lydia, Samuel, Eliz, Experience, 4 Ebenezer. 



SOURCES 4 MISC IFFQ : (RVSD 170CT1987), Deliverance Eaton's Rev. War Pension Application 

#R3208, IGI, 

..Columbia County, NY was separated from Albany County @1786. 

i 



HTISn^ATO'S FULL UAWE : Stone Sr. , Josiah 



SISTH 



C1742 ELACE 



C1763 ELA££ 
SEP1831 ELACE 



M22E 

DEAIH 

aHElAL: ELAC£ 

QIEEE. SESIDENCES: 

nCCUPATiniTS : Cooper 

MILITARY SECQEH: 1775-78, Private, Capt 

HIS FATHER: Stone. Jonathan 



Cranston, Providence County, Rhode Island 
?Joiinston, Providence County, Rhode Island 
?Johnston, Providence County, Rhode Island 
?Varwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 



#344- A 



EELIiilQS: 
Thos. Rice's Co., Vaterman's Regiment 
#688 MOTHER: Vestcnt t . Hannah 



#689 



WIFE'S FULL gAME : Fisk, Lois 
EI£IIi: ELACE: 

DEAIIi: 1809 ELACE^ 
EUEIAL: ELACE: 
OTHER RESIDENCES : 

HER FATHER: Fisk. Joseph 



#345 



Varwlck, Kent County, Rhode Island 
TVarwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 

#690 XQTHER: ? 



Free love 



#^9 1 



CHILDRE N/ *S F QUS E 



DATE; 



PLACE: 17S2 Census; 1 bo y/5 s lrls<lQ 



1 Josiah (Joseph) 
* Bennett, Lois 

♦ 



#172 EIZCE 



#173 UAfiEU 
DEAIB. 
BURIAL 



cl762 Johnston, Providence County, Rhode Island 
17AUG1840 Charlotte, Chautauqua County, Sew York 



2_Eui]i_ 



»?Vhlpple, Job 

♦ 1753-1838 

* s/oElazer k DellvernceBURIAL 



EJLEIH. 
HAEEE. 
DEAIIL 



722FEB1772 Johnston, Providence County, Rhode Island 

22JAS1797 Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 
704JUL1849 ?Varwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 



3 ...Hannah. 

* 

« 

4 

! ♦ 



EIEIH. 

HAEEJl 

LIISG. 

JBMIAL 



1798 Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 



BIRTH 
MSSL. 
DEAia 
BPRIAL 



, CHILDRE5 OF: 
Ruth #344-?-?-Sarah b. 10JUL1809 d. 1AUG1880 ml830 Russel Greene Imold. . 



1 . . (344) Josiah Sr. was appointed on 22JUL1772 by the Johnston RI Town Council to work 

• with others on the highway in his district. The sane council paid him eight shillings 

for his services as constable in removing the the Benjamin Cook family from the town. 

24SEP1752, He 3t Henry Harris (descendant of Josiah Westcott #2756-5-3) witnessed the 
deed of James Dyer to Geo. & John Beverly. 

On 110CT1774 in Johnston RI, Josiah Stone * Lois Stone (her mark) sold 65 acres 
described as the family homestead to James Randall for £120. Witnesses were: Ezekiel 
Burr, E. Harris(J . P. ) , Oliver Williams, a Stukely Westcott. Josiah Sr. after the death 
of his father, Jonathan, moved to Warwick & in a Warwick RI deed dated 290CT1774 4 
recorded 15DEC1774 purchased land from Daniel 4 Catherine Fiske. Josiah Sr. paid £54 for 
the land & house which was located next to that of his uncle, Benj amln (#1376-8) , 4 
Benjamin witnessed the deed. 

He served with Stukely Stone as a private in Capt. Thomas Rice's Company, Col. John 
Waterman's Regiment, in Rhode Island service from Dec. 4, 1775 to Jan. 6, 1777 during 
Revolutionary War. 

In 1778, the Town of Warwick, RI allowed two Josiah Stones £24 for 20 days service in 
the Militia. Stukely & Jeremiah Stone were also allowed £26 for 22 days service. 
Warwick on 10DEC1778 allowed £24 to Joseph Brown for the services of Josiah Stone. 



stone Sr. , Josiah (Continued) #344-B 



The 1782 Varwlck, RI Census shows both Josiah Sr, St Josiah Jr. living side by side. 
Josiah Jr. 4 wife Lois sold 21!* acres of land in Warwick to Anne Bennett (#347) 3i this is 
probably the same land that Josiah Sr. purchased in 1774 implying that Josiah Sr. was no 
longer alive, however a Josiah Stone was active in Warwick from 1796 to 1825 with many 
land transactions St was one of the creditors mentioned in the final estate of Benjamin 
Stone (d. 1799). In addition he S a Joseph Bennett took the inventory for the Benj . Stone 
estate (James Carder, Administrator). 

In 1800, Josiah received monies from Warwick to house Henry Straight (An Abigail Stone 
b. 1751 m Daniel Straight). In the 1800 Warwick EI Census he had a male over 45 living j 
with him 4 was living next to Caleb Westcott. 

Land transactions in Warwick included: 1796 sale to James Westcott, 1798 sale to Dutee 
Arnold, 1799 to George Carter, 1807 to S. F. Stone, & 1824 to Wait Roberts. 

On 18KAS1825, Josiah sold 15 acres to Roby Carter St Sarah Baker (widow of Josiah Baker) 
for $528 reserving land for burial plots as already being used for that purpose. 
Witnesses to the deed were Edmund Burke 4 Charles Brayton. He then evidently moved to 
Johnston to live with relatives till his death. 

..Ruth on 9JUL1791 was ordered returned to Johnston RI where she was born because she 
could not prove a means of support to the town of Warwick & the town fathers feared she 
would be a burden on Warwick. RI cemetery records refer to Ruth Stone b. 22FEB1782? (1800 
Warwick Census she is 26-45) d. 4JUL1849 wife of Job Whipple 4 daughter of Josiah & Lois 
Fiske Stone. 

..Hannah, d/o Josiah, is mentioned in the 31DEC1798 will of Benjamin Stone (#1376-8) . She( 
is granted 30 Spanish dollars 4 half the furniture that his wife Mary was to have. 






SOURCES !. 1!SC INFQ ' (RVSO 3)JUL1987), yhiting, VT Vital Records, Roster of Mass, Soldiers i Sailors in Rev, «ar, 161, 
Randy Peterson, NY, VT, \ RI CENSUS, yap»iclt RI To»n Records LDSI 92S4S6, 92S444, 925i39, 

,, Josiah Jr, had contact vith the Coventry RI Stones vhere a Uilliaa Stone «as a Justice of the Peace i who naiied one son 
flrte«as(b,300EC178S) which is a naae Andre* Stone(l086) gave one of his sons, 

..Possible son of Josiah Sr, lay be one of the two Joseph Stones appearing in the 1320 Norvich, Chenango Co,, NY Census age 
over iS 4 living not far froi Josiah Jr, 

..A L/dia Stone, b,1773RI, larried flbrahai Chatterton(Chatterden/don) 20JAN1793 at Khiting, VT and «ay be a daughter of Josiah 
Sr, In 1850 she »as living »ith son, Jaaes b,1817VT, ftbrahai owned land in partnership with Josiah Jr, in the Whiting VT 
area, One son: «•, Setts Chatterden b,7QCT1793VT, 

..Stukely was born cl760 & in 1820 was still living in Whiting, VT, Qn 8 Navi788, Stukely purchased land frot Seorge Leonard 
in Whiting, Addison County, Veriont, Stukely is referred to as froi Warwick, Kent Co,, R,I, Stukely later becomes a Selectian 
of the Town of Whiting i in the early 1800's was Town Clerk of Whiting, Stukely was probable son of Thoias Stone who was 
living next to Josiah Sr, in 1782 Warwick Census, (Thos, b,c1740 a Eliz, Carder) 
Stukely's children; John H,(Ha«iiiett') i Hannah ? (naaed 2nd son Stukely II),. 

2-Stukely b,cI780RI Ivg 1350 Ashtabula Co,, Ohio ^ 

3-Anne b . 30AU61 791 VT , , 1 J3-daughters , , 
.,A Christopher Stone's birth is recorded in the Whiting, Vt, Town records on 21N0V1788 with a date of USEP1774 and place as 
Rhode Island with his lother as Abigail Foster, who evidently had been married to a Stone k reaarried Jack(Joel) Foster, Her 
tie to the Stones is shown when she naaed a son Stukely Foster, b,29JUL1782, i put on Whiting Town records 2INQV1789(birth 
probably occurred in RI), 

,,fln Abigail Stone of Warwick RI gave birth to a bastard daughter in 1773, Her father, Thoaas Stone(prob, s/o Hugh Jr, 12752- 
1), was obliged by the town to post a £200 bond 16QCT1773 assuring the town that the grandaughter would not be a burden on the 
town treasury. 

,.A Thoaas Stone purchased land in 1791 in Whiting, VT, k is probable son of Thoaas of Warwick, * 

,,In Warwick on 130CT1788, Thoaas Stone look as an aprentice, George Stone, bastard son of Patience Stone, * 



I 



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HUSBATO'S FULL NAME : Bennett, John 



#346-A 



BISTH 



ELACE 



ELACE 



C1779 ELA££ 
ELACE 



MARRD : 

DEAIH: 

RireiAL : 

OTHER RK5?TDEHCES 

QCCUPATIQHS : 

WILITAKY RECORD: 

OTHER SPOUSES : 

HIS FATHER: Bennett Sr. 



RELIGIQg: 
Died of dysentery in Revolutionary Var. . 



John 



^92 KOTHER: 



M21. 



VTFE'S FULL UAWE: ? , Anne 
EIEIS: C1739 ELACE 
mm-. 1759 PLACE 
EIIEIAL: ELACE 
OTHER RESIDEKES: 
OCCUPATIONS : 
OTHER SPOUSES : 
HER FATHER: 



#347 



Rhode Island? 

Varwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 

RELTGTO?: 
WnTHER: 



CHILDRETTZ-tSPOUSE 



DATE: 



PLACE: 1774 CENSUS: 3b nyfi/4glrls 



l_Lflis_ 



JL1I2_ 



* Stone, Josiah 

* 

# 



#172 



MARRD 

DEAIH 

_BURIAL 



....C1757 Warwick?, Kent County, Rhode Island 

02JA51856 Uew York 
Charlotte Center Cemetery. Charlotte . Yew York 



2 John 



» Burlingaine, Sally 

* 

» 



EiEia 

DEAIE 
BURIAL 



12DEC1761 Varwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 
03DEC1856 Chesire, Berkshire County, Massachusetts 



3 Andrew 

» 

* 

4 

♦ 
» 



BIRTH 

LIVTTG 
BURIAL 



1789 Varwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 



Son 



BIRTH 

MEEH 

DEAIS. 

_EIIEIAL 



5 Daughter 

» 

» 



MESH 

DEATH. 

.EIIEIAL 



6 Daughter 

* 
* 



ElETH. 

MARRD 

DEATH. 
.^IIEIAL 



7 Daughter 

» 

* 

» 

8 

* 



aiEiH. 

MEED. 
DEATH. 
BURIAL 



aiSTH. 

HAEED. 

DEATH 

_SIIEIAL 



. . (346) John in 1777 was listed in Warwick as one of those militiamen unable to properly 
equip himself at his own expense. John 3t father, John Sr. , appear in 1774 Warwick HI 
Census. John Jr. appears as a witness (with John Varner 4 Henry Straight) in the 
25II0V1777 Varwick Will of Ebenezer Allen. 



Bennett, John (Cont. ) #346-B i 



.. CHILuRHy OF : 

John Jr. #346-?- 1- Joseph b.2FEB1788MA d. 29JUL1781MA m Lucy Leland. . 
2-Andrew b. 28APR1795MA d. 7APR1861 m Lydia Plunkett 

. . (347) Anne on 13DEC1788 in Varwick, bought 21!* acres of land 4 buildings for 6 
shillings from Josiah & Lois 'Bennett' Stone of Coventry (witnessed by Vm. 4 Ambrose Ston* 
of Coventry). On 8JA11789, in Warwick, Anne & sons, Andrew of Warwick & John of Windsor' 
MA, sold land to Samuel Littlefield. 

. . (347-2) John Jr. appeared on the 22SEP1781 Warwick militia list as unable to properly 
equip himself as a member of Capt. Price's Company. In 1789, he was living in Windsor, 
Berkshire Co. MA & later moved to Chesire in the same county. He served on the Chesire 
town council S his children married descendants of the Westcott families that settled in i 
the same county. 

..Andrew appears on 22SEP1781 Warwick militia list as unable to properly equip himself as 
a member of Capt. Price's Company. Andrew was paid £34.12 for service in 1781 by the 
Town of Warwick RI. 

SOURCES !. use INFO ' (RVSD 89ftUGI987) 1774-82 RI Census, Randy Peterson, Uarwick RI Land, Tom, i Probate Records, Vhitian 
p. 329, 



HUSBAFD'S FULL MME : Crandall, Joseph 



#348- A 



MERU 



DEAIH 



21JAN1716 PLACE 



13DEC1738 PLACE 



FEB1792 PLACE 
ELACE 



Westerly, Vashington County, Rhode Island 
Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
BURIAL: 
QliffiE. REST PEACES : 

QCCUFATIQgS: Westerly Town Clerk 30 Years RELIGIOU : 7th Day Baptist 
MILITARY EECQEJi: Military Census Taker 1777, Recruiter: 1780 

OTHER SPOUSES : 2) Crandall, Martha (#698-10) m 17SEP1772 i6 sister to first wife 
HIS FATHER; Crandall. jQSepll #696 mother: Langsworthy. Ann 



#697 



WIFE'S FULL tTAME : Crandall, Elizabeth 

Hopkinton, Washington County, Rhode Island 
Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 



#349 



C1721 ELAC£ 



pl772 ELACE. 



ELEIH: 

rffiAIH: 

BURIAL : PLACE 

OTHER RESIDENCES : 
OCCUPATIONS : Housekeeper 
HER FATHER: Crandall. John 



#698 



RELIGION : 7th Day Baptist 
MOTHER: ? . Mary 



#699 



CHILDREN/ tSPOUSE 



DATE; 



PLACE; 



1 Janathan birth : 

» Wells, Elizabeth MARRD : 

* 1739- DEATH : 

♦ d/o Edw. k Eliz. EIIEXALl 



06FEB1739 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
03APR1760 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
20OCT1832 Richmond, Rhode Island 



2 Phineas 



*l)Rogers, Ruth 
* 1748-1783 
* 2)Beebg. Hopestlll 



aiEIH. : 16APR1743 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
MAEEE: 1>17MAY1767 Waterford, New London County, Connecticut 
DEATH : 27APR1821?Montville, New London County, Connecticut 
BURIAL: Oak Grove Cemetery. Ashaway. Rhode Island 



3_Aimi. 



» Coon, Thomas 

» 1737-1820 

» s/o Jos. & Jemima 



BIRTH : 

HAEEH ; 

DEAIH. : 

.^IIEIALi 



23AUG1745 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
16JUU1763 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 



4 Eliljali 



♦ DBraughton, Eunice 

»2)Kenyon, Mercy 

♦3)Pendleton, Esther 

♦ 

♦ 



BIRTH : 
MESlL-.l 

MARRD : 2 

DEAIE 
BURIAL 



17JAiri747 Westerly, 

)10MAY1758 Westerly, 

)18JUL1779 Westerly, 

)17MAY1818 Westerly, 

cl820?Westerly, 



Washington County, 
Washington County, 
Washington County, 
Washington County, 
Washington County, 



Rhode Island 

Rhode Island 

Rhode Island 

Rhode Island 

Rhode Island 



5 Joseph 

* Ladd, Mary 



d/Q Joh n & Mary 



EIEIE 
MESH 
DEAIH. 
BURIAL 



17FEB1751 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
16FEB1775 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
1830 Rensselaer County, New York 



6 SylYestsr 



*1) Reeves, 
*2)B£UTies, 
♦ 



#174 aiEia 

Mary MESH: 2 
Mercy #175 DEAIH. 
BURIAL 



17N0V1752 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
) cl775 Connecticut/Massachusetts? 

N0V1845 Westford, Chittendon County, Vermont 



7-Elislia aiEIH. 

♦ Reynolds, Hannah MARRD 

♦ 1766-1868NY DEAIH. 
» d/n Tn-^. & Dnrcas BURIAL 



15APR1765 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
712DEC1787 North Kingstown, Rhode Island 

TLincklean, Chenango County, New York 

Llncklean . New York 



. . (348-4) Elijah was listed as 
Census. He had served in Capt. 
. . (348-5) Joseph served in the 
..(348-7) Ellsha's wife remarri 



a Revolutionary War Pensioner in the 1818-20 Pension 

Ward's Company, Col. Varner's Regiment, Continental Line. 
American Revolutionary War (1775-83) . 
ed a Kinyon Burdlck. 



rr^nd^- 1 . Tn^Pnh CCnntJTIuq'l ? ■ , , .■,... Q48-B? 

. . r.HTT.BRT;? QF : 

Jonathan #348-l-l-Trapliina b.29APR1761 m lathan Hurry Baggs. . 
-2-LyTiian b. 150CT1762. . 

-3-Elizabeth b.5MAY1764 m Benjamin Vatson. . 
-4-Huldah b. 13FEB1766. . 5-Sabrey b. 15APS1768. . 
-6-Jonathan b. 3AFR1770. . 7-Vells b. 16FEB1772. . 
-8-Daniel Ross b. 12APR1774. . 9-Falley b.2MAY1776.. 
-10-Elizabetli b. 3JU]J1779. . 11-Barton b. 30Jinil781. . 
-12-Alexander b. 7JAIfl783. . 
Phineas #348-2-l-Silas b. 3MAR1768. . 2-Grace b. 7DEC1769. . 

-3-Rogers b. 24MAR1772. . 4-Esther b. 17AUG1775. . 
-5-Rutli b.28FEB1778. .6-Lydia b. 1SSEP1781 m Russel ¥ell. . 
-7-Ezekial b. 7SEP1783 d. 1855 ml808 Susan Wells.. 
2Tid Vife : -8-Desire b. 9II0V1786 m Jarius Kaxson. . 9-Lucina b. 20OCT1790. . | 
-10-Rev. Phineas b. 13SEP1793. . 11-Lester b. 17KAY1796. . 
-12-Eliza b.21JUI1802.. 
Anna #348-3-l-Zebbens b. 16FEB1754 m Mary Vorden. . , 

Cflflfl. 2-Thoiiias b.28JUL1788 m Eliz. Crandall (#348-5-1) . . 

3-Anne. b. 3JAI1768 m lewman Perkins.. 
4-Ladowick b. 18AUG1770 m Thankful Vllliams. . 
5-Elizabeth b.310CT1772 m Daniel Vilbur. . 
6-Desire b. 14JU]J1774/5 m DavidCDanl.) ¥lllians. . 
7-Sylvester b. 1776. . 
8-Hartha b. 1778. . 9-Mary b. 1800. . 
Elijah #348-4-l-Eunice b. 15JAI1770. . 2-Russel b. 14JUL1772 ml Marabah Babcock 

m2 Susanna Perkins m3 L. Vitter. . 
3-Mary b. 290CT1774 d. 12I(ARlS68irf ml795RI Benjamin Barber.. 
2nd Vife : 4-James Kenyan b. 30APR1780 ml Lydia Ross m2 1815 Hannah Champlin. . 
5-Catharine b.6MAY1782 ml799RI Theadoty Hall.. 
Joseph #348-5-l-Elizabeth b. 150CT1778 m Thos. Ccon (#348-3-2) .. 2-Lydia b. 1779. . 
Elisha #348-7-l-Elisha b. 1778. . 2- Justus b. 1792 d. 131tAY1855 Pitcher IT? m Lydia Holt 
3-Joseph b.cl798. .4-Jared d.cl811 Hainfield, Otesego Co. FY.. 
5-Alvah b.8APR1799 Ivg 1830: Pharsalia, Chen. Co. FY.. 
6-Jary b. 1801 Ivg 1320: Truxton, Cort. Co. FY.. . 7-Jason b. cl803.. ! 
8-Uelson b. 25JUU1806. . 

. . (348) Joseph wrote his will on 24I0V1785 & it was presented 27FEB1792. He named his 
wife, Martha, 4 son, Elijah, executors. He gave to Martha a side saddle 8t bridle, two 
cows, ten sheep, two beds with furniture, & other personal items. Martha was also 
granted use of the New or Vest part of his dwelling house along with the back room & hal 
the cellar as long as she remained his widow. She and no one else was to be allowed to 
collect firewood on his property up to 12 cords yearly(ref lecting a scarcity of wood on 
his lands) . 

He granted to son, Jonathan, the South part of his homestead farm in Westerly 
containing about twenty acres. In addition, Jonathan received other lands with the 
provision that after his death, the lands were to go to Jonathan's sons. 

Phineas & Elijah Crandall were granted other lands as well as the salt marsh S 
buildings in Charlestown, RI. 

Daughter, Anna Coon, was granted weaving tackle 4 other personal items. 

Sons, Phineas i Elijah, were to recieve all of Joseph's farming tools. 

Other sons, Sylvester, Joseph, 4 Elisha, were to recieve the remainder of the personal 
estate to be divided equally. 
..Vitnesses: Humphrey Taylor, Thomas Taylor, & Hannah Taylor Signed: Joseph Crandall 



aO'JRCSS miC i^fn; OVSO 12SEP1987), Vipkus V,4 p,684, 161, Uash, Co, RI Probate Records, John Cortland Crandall, Tree 
Talks(V.22 *3 5EP1982 p,71) 



HTTRBATO'S FULL TTAME : Barnes, Thomas 



BIRTH 



D£AI£L 

OTHER RESIDENCES: 
nCCUPATIOTTS : 
WTT-TTART RECQRIi: 
OTHER SPOUSES : 
HIS FATHER: prob 



ELAC£ 
ELACE 



ELACE 



ELA££ 



Barnes. John 



RELIGing: 



#700 MO THER: Allen. Mercy 



#350 



#701 



ELACE. 



ELACE 



VTFE'S FULL FAME 
EIEI2: 
DEATH : 

E2EIAL: ELACE. 

OTHER RESIDEITCES: 

nCCUP ATT PITS : 



SELiaifll: 



HER FATHER: 






MOTHER: # 




CHTLDRFTJ/*SPOUSE 




DATE: 


PLACE: 






. BIRTH, 
HARED 
DEATH 
BURIAL 












2 Mercv #175 


_ BIRTH, 
MASRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


C1755 
C1775 


Washington County, Rhode Island? 
Vindham County, Vermont? 
Chenango County, Sew York? 




♦ Crandall, Sylvestor 

♦ #174 




3 Thomas 


_ BIRTH 
MASRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


11JU51778 
03JAiri811 


Townshend, Vindham County, Vermont 
Townshend, Vindham County, Vermont 




» Ober, Anna 






_ BIRTH 
MARSD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 












..CHILDRE5 OF: 

Thomas Jr. #350-?-l- 

2- 


-Daniel 1 
-Joanna 1 


3.285071779 
D. 11DEC1782 


Townshend VT 
Townshend VT 




. . Thonas Jr.'s widow remarried 
8APR1816. 


Simon Evans on 6FEB1812 Athens VT & Joseph Dunton 





SODRCFS % nj^r. tnfh - {RVSD 09AU61987), REV Pension flpp »«-17732 of Thos, Jr,, John C, Crandall 



I 



mT??BATO'S FULL 1?A?TE : Seaton, Jane's (II) 



#38»-A 



ELSIE 



1723 ELAC^ 



2) 



1749 ELACE 



1781/87 ELACE 



St. Paul's Parish, Stafford County, Virginia 

Stafford County, Virginia 

Muddy Creek (Carmicheals) , Greene County, Pennsylvania 



DEAIH: 

EMIAL: ELA££: 
QIHEE. RES I DEUCES : 

OCCUPATIONS : Farmer/Berkeley Co. VA J. P. 
WTLITABY EECQEn: 

OTHER SPOUSES : 1) ? , Frances: Son-John b. 12JAI1744 d. 1603 Facquier Co. nil768 Alice 
Murray who died in Western Virginia in 183®. 



RELirrTQIT: 



HTS FATHER: Seaton. Janies #760 MOTHER: ? . Frances 


#761 


SECOUn WIFE'S FULL NAME: Kenner. Elizabeth 


#381 


ElEIH: 1723/31 ELAC£: Facquier County, Virginia 




DEATH: After 1800 PLACE: Carmicheals?. Greene Countv. Pennsylvania 




BURIAL: PLACE: 




OTHER RESIDENCES: 




OCCUPATIONS: RELIGION: 




HER FATHER: Kenner. Howson #762 MOTHER: Eskridge. Elizabeth 


rreg 



:hildren/*spquse 



DAlEi 



PT,ACE: 



1 Betty 



♦DCarmicheals, J. 
♦2)Thonipson, Jay 

* 



EIEIii 
MESIL 
MARRD 

DEAia 
JBIffilAL 



13JUL1750 
1780 
1797 



Greene County?, Pennsylvania 
Greene County?, Pennsylvania 



2^Iaaes_aiJi. 
» Clark, 

* 

♦ 



#190 



lary 



#191 



ElSIIi 
MARRD 

DEAIfl. 
.BURIAL 



19JUL1751 Stafford or Frederick County, Virginia 
05SEP1780 Carmicheals?, Greene County, Pennsylvania 
02HAR1830 Carmicheals, Greene County, Pennsylvania 
Seaton Cemetery. Carmichea ls. Pennsylvania 



3 Kenner 



» Chenoweth, Rachel 
* 1754-1807KY 

* 



BIRTH 
MRSn. 
DEAIH. 
BURIAL 



13MAH1753 Stafford County, Virginia 

1772 Frederick (Berkeley) County, Virginia 
29JUL1329 Jefferson County, Kentucky 



4 Georg e 



»l)Amberson, Nancy 
*2)James, Martha 



aisiE. 

HAREIi: 

DEAIH. 

.EIIEIAL 



1756 Fairfax County, Virginia 
1)23MAY1786 Fauquier County, Virginia? 

1841 Washington, Breckenridge County, Kentucky 



5 Rodham 



* Curry, Mary Eliz. 



EiEia 

MRSH. 

DEAIH. 
BURIAL 



1757 Fairfax County, Virginia 
13AUG1787 Jefferson County, Kentucky 
1805 Jefferson County, Kentucky 



6 Francis 



* Gregg, Rebecca 

* 1758DE-1822IN 



BIRTH 
MARRD 

DEAia 
_En£IAL 



1758 

1780 

08JUN1820 



Winchester, Frederick County, Virginia 

Knox County, Indiana 

Upper Indiana Cemetery. Vincennes. Indiana 



7 Samuel 



EISIIL 

MEED. 

DEAia 

.^HEIAl 



Pennsylvania 



3 Richard 



♦ Cummings, Fatima 

» 



EIEIE 
MEED 
DEAIH. 
BURIAL 



28MAR1787 Jefferson County, Kentucky 



9 Howson Kenner Bonum BIRTH 
,♦ Pri chard, Sarah MARRD 
I* 1769-1858VA DEAIE 

». EIIEIAL 



1762 
05JAN1789 
03MAY1803 



Frederick County, Virginia 
Jefferson County, Kentucky 



Seaton, James 

10 Margaret aiEIE 

» DEAIH 

» aURIAL. 



11 Sarah Kennt^r 
♦ Borenan, John 

4 



MEEE 
DEAIH. 
BUKIAL 



12 Villtam 

* Myers, Sarah 

* d/Q George 



MSSH 
EEAIH. 



13 Mary Rebecca 
♦ Hyde, Samuel 



BIRTH 
MSSH. 
DEATH 



(Continued) #f;a^| ^ 

Died young. 



1768 

1787 Greene County, Pennsylvania 

1814 



1770 Virginia? 
1792 
31MAfil811/14 Cumberland Tvfp. , Greene County, Pennsylvani 

Seaton Cemetery. Carmicheals. Pennsylvania 



C1773 

cl792 Greene County, Pennsylvania 
1846 Greene County, Pennsylvania 



Elizabeth #380-1- 

Carmlcheal 
Kenner #380-3- 



. 2-Mary 1775-76. 



Rodham #380-5- 



L-1-Villiam m lancy Harper 4 Mary Moreley. . 

2-Margaret Eskridge. . 
3-l-Eli2abeth 1773-1848 m John Eose(6 children) 
3-Margaret 1777-1835 m Levi Vlttaker. . 

4-Rebecca 1779-1836 m John Patterson of Jefferson Co. KY. . 
5-George 1781-1835KY m Sarah Drake (8 children).. 
6- James Kenner 1783-1826KY m Margaret Scott. . 
7-Sarah 1787-1836KY m Joos. Frederick & Jeferson ¥aodsmill. . 
8-Richard 1790-1873 m Eleanor (ITelly) Mundell.. 

■1-Thomas Curry m Barbara Zink. . 2-Kenner 1797-1871KY m Mary Sliger. 
3-Sarah m George Rislnger of Jefferson County KY. . 
4-Elizabeth m Joseph Donaldson of Jefferson Co. KY-d. 15. . 
Francis #380-6-1- James 1780(1801?) d.Fay. Co. PA m Eliz. Swan.. 

2-Susan a Thos. Swan & John Vaun. . 3-John 1785-1838. . 
4-Elizabeth m John Cochran. . 5- Rebecca 1799-15 m John McClure. . 
6-C Howson 17??-d. 1811 Battle of Tippicanoe ] 
-1-Sarah 1789-1842KT m Henry Zenor. . 
2-Elizabeth 1792- m James S. Rose. . 
3-James 1796-1879KT m 5ancy Wllhoit. . 

4-Stephen Prichard 1798- 

5-Vm. Conway (1211) 1803/4-1838 m Rebecca Stewart & Ellen Booth. . 



Howson #380-9-1 



Sarah #380-11 

Boreaan 
Villlam #380-12- 



6-Vm. Hervey (I2II) d. 1868 m Ann Campbell 4 Oph. Armstrong. . 
■1-Kenner Seaton m Sarah Ingrain. . 

-1-Rhoda b. 15FEB1793 m Villiam ¥att. . 
2-Maria b. 1FEB1795 m Aaron Gregg. . 
3-Sarah b.27DEC1797 m ITathan Crouch.. 
4-Betty b. 1MAY1801 m Joseph Gilbert. . 

5-Margaret m _ Hckert. . 6-Myers b.2MAR1804 m Eliz. Dill 
7-Samuel b. 28IOV1807 d.age 39.. 



(380) James Sr was appears in District of Augusta VA Abstracts (V. II p. 165. ) as 

o "Ms°VirLi?! nrr? f ':?? ''°" '°'"^* Rutherford. Present Greene'co. PA w^s part 
of this Virginia District until around 1780. After Pennsylvania took possession of 

Sorirancir he^tt I '''I'^'^'T ' ''^^^'^^'^ ^^*°^ ^^"^^^ 360rSr:ras of 1765 

Carmicheal '; 2?St 801 l\T"^^' '"'! ^^"^ '"^"^ "^"^ P"^^"^^^ '^ ^° ^^^1^^^ S. 4 Margare- 
^.armlcneai on ^7OCT1801 4 then removed to Indiana 

.PK,in^f^r?hrfo™°«°' V- '■' * "• " ^'^^ed a petltmn to the ContlMntal Congres. 






, Seaton, James (Continued) #380-C 



. . <381) Elizabeth Kenner Seaton was listed as an owner of 6 slaves on 1782 tax rolls. 
.. (380-3) Kenner's wife, Rachel, was one of the few members of her family to survive a 
massacre by Indians in Kentucky in the "Chenoweth Massacre" which is today commemerated 
by State of Kentuclry in a State Park. 

.. (380-6) Francis is listed as a 'distiller' in the 1798 Greene Co. PA Tax rolls and is 
also known to have owned a 'Grist Mill' while in PA. During the Revolutionary War, he 
served in the 8th PA Regiment of the Continental Line and was an ensign in Crawford's 
Militia Company. 

. . (380-12) Villiaa was a store/tavern owner. One of his ledgers is on microfilm with the 
Library of Congress. It contains a record of the credit purchases of the residents in 
Cumberland Twp. , Greene Co. , Pennsylvania for the period 1793-96 4 recounts that the 
residents often paid their bills with whiskey which was then easily transported over the 
mountains for sale. The entries are in the old pounds & shillings although reference is 
made to the dollar St cents just being introduced at the time($3=«&l. 2. 6) . William 
imported over the mountains from Philadelphia medicines Si drugs, dry goods, stationery, 
gunpowder, spices, & Indigo. Purchases are recorded by customer's names of their 
purchases of such items such as eyeglasses, guns, calico, ribbons, coffee, chocolate, 
darning needles, buttons, etc. Births can be detected by purchases of 'diaper cloth'. 
Levels of cleanliness can be detected by purchases of 'blue ointment* to kill fleas 
accumulated from wearing clothes too long and infrequent bathing. 

William purchased and shipped oats and corn down the Monongahela River to Fort 
Pittsburg. In addition, he made at least two trips down the Ohio and Mississippi thru 
Indian Country and Spanish Territory to lew Orleans then under the control of the Spanish 
in the 1790' s. He returned to Pennsylvania via $20 passage on a sailing ship around 
Florida to Philadelphia. 



SOURCES \ HISC INFO - (RVSO 2SAU61986) DAR Applications sited on 1196, Leckey, Nelson, Bruce Seaton, 



I 



mrSBAlTD'S FULL WAME : Clark, John 



#382- A 



BIKTH 



HAfiEE 



ELAC£ 
ELACE 



EEAIii: ELACi 

EIIEIAL: ELACi 

OTHER RESIDENCES: 

QCCUPATIQUS : 

MILITARY BECOEJi; 

OTHER SPOUSES: 

HIS FATHER: 



SELLilQI: 
JIQIHES; 



VTFE'S FULL SAME : ? , Mary 
aiEIH: 19SEP1738 ELACfi: 
DEAIS: ELACfi: 
BURIAL: ELAC£: 
OTHER RFSIDETTCES: 
nr.CUPATIQWS : 
OTHER SRQUSES: 
HER FATHER: 



#383 



RELIGIQg : 



JJDIHESi 



#191 



r,HTLDRET?/*SPQUSE 

♦ Seaton III, JaMBS#190 

* 

♦ 

2 

♦ 

3 

* 

* 

4 

* 

5 

» 
« 

* 



DATS; 



PLACE; 



HARED. 

DEAia 

_BMIAL 



HAEED. 
DEAIS. 
ATRIAL 



EIEIH. 
MEEH 
DEATH 

.BURIAL 



BIEia 
MARRD 
DEATH 
RHRIAL 



aiEiH. 

HAEEJ2. 
DEAia 
BURIAL; 



19SEP1758 

05SEP1780 prob. Carmicheals, Greene County, Pennsylvania 
19DEC1826 Carmiclieals, Greene County, Pennsylvania 
Old Seaton Cemeter y. Carmicheals. Pennsylvania 



. . (382) A John Clark served as a private in the campaigiis of General George Rogers Clark 
during the Revolutionary ¥ar(1775-83) with Greene Co., PA as a base of operations against 
the British in the Uorthwestern Territory. He was among those who were not granted land 
in Ohio/ Indiana for his service. Gen. Clark was born in Virginia but to date I have not 
established a relationship between Gen. Clark 4 John Clark. 



SOURCFS % HTSC INPO ' (RVSD 15FEB1987), Dean Hallory, Sreene Co, PA Probate, 

,, Unknown relationships; Daniel Clark of Franklin T»p,, 6reene Co,, PA will proved KJAN1823 »ith lention of »ife Elizabeth, 

brothers; John i Jaies(d,cFeb 1823), Janes Clark «as larried to a Susanah ? 4 had a son Daniel. 



HUSEAHD'S FULL M.ME : Schottmiller , 



#48d-A 



aiSIii 



ELACE. 



ELACE 



ELACE. 



HAEEIi 

CEAIH 

MRIAL: ELACE 

QIEES RESTDEgCES : 

OCCUPATIONS : 

MTT.TTARY RECORD: 

HTS FATHER: 



EEULiilQa.: 



JIDIUEEi 



VTFE'S FULL SAME: 

EISIE: ELACE; 

DEAIH: ELACE: 

MRIAL: ELACE: 

OTHER RESTDETTCES: 

OCCUPATIONS : 

HER FATHER: 



BELI(11QI: 
>TQTHER: 



CHILDREN/ tSPQUSE 



DATE: 



_ELACEi. 



1 Christian 



#240 EIEISL 



♦ Grazin,]!arla Chrlstlnfl MARRD 

* #241 DEATH 
♦ ailElAL 



ElEia 

DEAI2L 
BURIAL: 



cl726 Baden, Germany 
12FEB1748 Marxzell, Baden, Germany 

25AUG1774 Pfaf fenrotli, Karlsruhe District, Baden, Gernany 
prob. Marxzell. Kar lsruhe Dist. . Baden. Germany 



..The ancestor of Christian Schattmiiller is unknovm at this date. The church records of 
Pfaffenrot/Burbach do not begin until around 1730. The prior parish may have been 
Schollbronn, Spesart, or Ettlingen to the Northwest. The Schottmuller' s were a long 
established family in the area & earned their living grinding grain at their mill south 
of Ettlingen. At some point prior to 1700, some of these Schottmiillers migrated to the 
Catholic villages around Marxzell including Burbach, Schielberg, & Pfaffenrot. These 
villages were under the control of the Abbess of the Abbey at Herrenalb until 1805 when 
the Grand Dukes of Baden seized the lands & distributed them to the citizens. 

Baden was part of the Holy Roman Empire during the 1700' s and did not become part of 
Germany until around 1871 when Germany unified under the leadership of the Kingdom of 
Prussia. Baden in the 1600' s had been torn apart by religious strife with Protestants 
predominate to the East i South of the Marxzell area. 

The Catholic priest in Burbach served the Schielberg, Marxzell, 4 Pfaffenrot areas 
until the 1950' s, when Pfaffenrot built it's own church & was assigned a priest. 

Although the church records of Burbach do not begin until 1730 and therefore do not 
show Christian's birth record, the post 1730 records do show possible relatives of 
Christian who lived Si died in the Pfaffenrot area: 

..Andreas Schottmiiller d. 19JUL1737 P/rot ® 64yrs(b. 1673) . . 
Daniel Schottmiiller d. 1739 P/rot (288/58yrs(b. 1651) . . 
Maria Catherine Schottmiiller d. 1743 566i6yrs(b. 1680) . . 
Joannes Adamus Schottmiiller d. Mayl748 (057yrs(b. 1691. . 
Francis Jacobis Schottmuller d.8FEB1748 P/rot ®64yrs(b. 1684) . . 

Nicholas & Maria Catherine Schottmiiller started a family in Pfaffenrot around 1750. 
Joannes & Magdelena Schottmuller started a family in Pfaffenrot around 1750. 
Micheal & Anna Maria Schottmiiller started a family in Pfaffenrot around 1750. 



SOURCES ii Wise IHFO - (RVSO 1SAU61987), Burbach Catholic Records LDSt 1947534, 



I 



. . ANCIENT HISTORY of HENT2EL( Hansel ) FAMILY ■#«''W 

In wills & oaths, many of the first Hansel's in this country signed their 
names as "Hentzel" leading to the belief that this was the original 
spelling. Today the descendants of the original Hansel's spell their name: 
"Hensell", "Hensill", "Hansel", & "Hansell". 

The Hansels efliigrated from the Palatine area of Germany from 1727 to 1776. 
Their primary purpose in coming to this country was to escape religious 
persecution in their homeland. Accepting the help of William Penn, they 
flocked to Pennsylvania. From there, the Hansels spread out thru 
Pennsylvania, Maryland, & Virginia, with our branch eventually finding their 
way to Northeast Iowa around 1850. 

According to Howe & Sausaman*, the Von Henssel name "belongs to the 
earliest German families, and has brought forth many prominent men. It 
takes its origin from an Anglo Saxon Count by the name of Walo Henssel, 
which name he had received on account of his high standing & rank. His home 
was in the province of Westphalia, near the present site of the city of 
Minden, where the river Weser forces itself through two high cliffs. Here 
he lived as early as the year A.D. 70, and with his warriors experienced 
many encounters with the Romans. His father before him was one of those who 
fought under Hermann and helped to destroy the legions of Varus. Walo died 
about 92 A.D., and his son was Erlafried Henssel. He was district count in 
Westphalia and left several sons many of whose descendants, at the end of 
the fourth century, went to Brittany with the Dukes Hengist & Horsa, in 
order to help the British Prince Vortigern." 

Other Hensel's remaining in Germany included: 

..Theudebert Hensel remained in Westphalia near the Hensel ancestoral home 
as did his descendants. 

..770, Arno Hensel was a standard bearer of the Saxon Duke Wittekind in 
the bloody wars of the Saxons against the Franks. 

..792, Arno surrendered to the Emperor of the Franks, Charlemagne, and was 
instructed in the christian religion, and baptized by the Archbishop 
Mangold. He was afterwards chief magistrate of Paderbord & married to 
Mathilda Von Biele. 

..936, Melchior Hensel was grand treasurer to the German Emperor Henry the 
First, residing at Minster. 

..1097, Lorenz Hensel went with the First Crusade under Godfied of 
Bouillon to the Holy Land and helped in a bloody attack to capture 
Jerusalem. After an absence of five years he returned to his home in 
Minster, where he was admitted to the council and patriciate of the city, 
and was commandant of the garrison. 

..1112, Lorenz Hensel defended city of Minster against an attack of the 
Frisians so successfully that 5000 of the enemy lost their lives. A 
grateful German Emperor Henry the Fifth renewed his nobility and established 
his coat of arms (this 1113 decree at Brunswick is still in archives of the 
Empire in Vienna) . 

..1415, Abbot Filbert of Fulda attended the Eccumenical Council at 
Constance & his brother's son, George Hensel, was cloister master at 
Minster . 

..C1520, Felix & Thomas Hensel(brothers) are living in Minster. On account 
of the disturbances by the Annabaptists , felix removed to Wuerzburg where he 
kept a tavern. His descendants dispersed thoughout Baden and Swabia and in 
1700 a certain Paul Hensel is found, a Wuerzburg lawyer. Thomas remained m 
Minster and his descendants still flourish in Westphalia and North German 
sea ports 



.Hentzel (Hansel) Family History (Continued) #640 



..The Hentzel Family Coat of Arms: 

Of blue the fesse crenalated of red, accompanied by three stars of Gold, 
that one in base surmounting a crescent of silver. Helmet crowned. Crest: 
a cross of silver surmounted by a star of gold; between a pair of wings cut, 
on right side of silver above red, on the left hand side of gold above blue. 
Lambrequines : on right hand sid of gold and blue, on left hand side of 
silver and of red. (Picture can be found in the "Armorial General", by J.B. 
Rietstap 2nd. edition) . 

* SOURCES : "Descendants of German Immigrant Johann Lorentz Hansel (Hentzel)" 
by Zera Eleanor (Hansell) Howe & William Amel Sausaman, 1 Aug 1968 
Springfield, Illinois 



HUSB AID'S FULL NAME: Klebsattle (Clappsaddle) . 



#648- A 



BIEIH 



EEAIE 



ELA££ 



PLACE 



ELACE 



Baden, Germany 
Baden, Germany 
Baden, Germany 



BUEIAL: ELACE 

QIHEE. RESIDENCES : 

OCCUPATIONS : 

MILITARY S££QEn: 

SPELLING VARIATIONS : Klebsattel, Klepsettle, 

HIS FATHER: 



RELIGION : 

Klipsettle, Klipsligel, 
MQIHEEj 



Clapsattle, 



ELACE 



ELACE 



VIFE'S FULL NAME 
aiEIE: 
DEAIE: 

SIIEIAL: PLACE 

OTHER RESIDENCES : 

OCCUPATIONS: 

OTHER SPOUSES : 

HER FATHER: 



Baden, Germany 
Baden, Germany 
Baden, Germany 



BELI^IQI: 



CHILDREIf/*SPOVSE 






DATE, 


PLACE: 




1 Francis (Frantz? 
* ? , Rosina 
* 

* 


#324 
#325 


. BIETH 
KARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


1701 Baden, Germany 
cl723 Baden, , Germany 
C1770 York County?, Pennsylvania 


2 Andreas (Andrew) 
♦ ? , Eva? 

♦ 




. BIRTH, 
MARRD 
LIYTfQ 
BURIAL 




cl711 Baden, Germany 
1769 Burnetsfield, Herkimer County, New York 




3 Unknown 

» 
* 
* 




. BIRTH, 
MARRD, 
DEATH 
BURIAL 




4 

* 
» 
* 




. BIRTH, 
«ARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 





. . (648) The ancestors of Frantz & Andreas may have come from Eppingen(not far from 
Ittlingen) In Baden. In Eppingen on the Metzgergasse (butcher* s street) is a house with 
cornerstone bearing the name of Sigmund Klebsattel and dated 1573. If Sigmund was a 
butcher, the trade was still represented by Andreas 150 years later. 

Records prior to 1650 for this area of Baden were largely destroyed during the Thirty 
Year's Var from 1618 to 1648. The area was largely depopulated. Destruction was so 
total that in Ittlingen only the stump of the church tower remained in the rubble. When 
peace settled in, three religious groups became the accepted religions of the area: 
Lutheran, Reformed, & Roman Catholic. Mennonites Si some Jews worshipped discreetly or 
paid extra taxes to be let alone. 

..It seems that all Clapsaddles who trace their descent to the 1700' s can do so to the 
1733 arrival arrival of two men in Philadelphia. Arriving on separate ships from 
Rotterdam, these German Palatines were probably cousins if not brothers. Annette Burgert 
in "Early Families of Herkimer County" says there was also another brother who settled in 
the Mohawk Valley of New York. 
■ . Francis arrived in Philadelphia 28AUG1733 (see p. 324). 



Klebsattle, ? 



(Cantlnued) #648-B 



CHILDREN QF : (All numbers tentative) 

Andreas #648-2-1- Johannes b,cl737 Ivg cl748. . 

2-[Augustiiilus C1739-6AUG1777 Battle of Orlskany] ml763 Barbara Ventz 

3-Jolianne Jost b.cl745 Ivg 1791 m Anna ? .. 

4-Catlierine b. 18IfOV1748irY d. 3APR1839 m cl769 Joseph Meyer.. 

5-Gertrude b.cl751 m 1769 Henry Frank Jr. 

6- Andrew b.cl755 d.27JUTfl809 ml cl775 Maria Dygert, in2 1795 Margaret 
Dygert, ni3 widow Phoebe Roolin(Vidow of Mr. Ingham).. 

7-Villiam b. 17583IY d.9JUL1827 m 1781 Maria E. Haener (1758-1837) . . 

8-?Jacob b.cl760 (appears in Col. Bellinger's Regt.).. 



Si 



. . Andreas Cllpsadle (translation of passenger list), arrived 27AUG1733 at Philadelphia 
aboard the 'Elizabeth' from Rotterdam under Capt. Edward Lee. There were 61 males, 50 
women, 81 children, of whom 16 were dead, or 192 names with 176 living passengers aboard 
Andreas was listed as 22 years old 3i a butcher. Andreas is probably the ancestor of 
those Klepsattles/Clepsattles who settled in the Herkimer County, FY area with the name 
'Andreas' 4 'Andrew' frequently given descendants. The area was subject to a raid by 
French & Indians in 1757 4 British & Indians in 1778 in which some settlements were 
destroyed 4 many of Andrea's neighbor's killed. On 24SEP1769, Andreas (Andrew) sold his 
lot (#9) in Burnetsfield to son, Augustinlus. 

Son, Major Augustinius Clapsaddle, died in the Battle of Oriskany during the 
Revolutionary War. 



i 



SDURCFS t !lT!;c IHFO ' (RVSO 260CT1986), Rupp's 'liiiigrants in Pennsylvania', "Pennsylvania Serian Pioneers" by ?, 161, Williat 
Barker, Annette Surgert p,41-i3, 



HTTSHAITO'S FULL MME: Darrow, Christopher 



#672- A 



BAPTZ 



ME2J2 



DEAIii 



01DEC1678 
27JUiri701 



PLACE 



ELA^ 



ELACE 



IJew London, 
JTew London, 



Few London County, Connecticut 
Jfew London County, Connecticut 



MRIAL: ELAC£ 

nTHER RESI P EN C ES: 

OCCUPATIONS : 

MILITARY I^ECQ RD: 

OTHER SPOUSES : 

HIS FATHER: Darrow. George 



RELIGION ; ?Congregational 



ndU HDIHE£i_ 



Mary 



#1345 



VTFE'S FULL JTAWE : Packer, Elizabeth 



#673 



1680 ELAIIE 



ElEIH: 

DEAIH: 08FEB1758 ELA££ 

MSIAL: ELAC£ 

OTHER 5ESIPE?rCES : 

OCCUPATIOTIS : 

HER FATHER: Packer. John 



JTew London, New London County, Connecticut 
Old Darrow Farm, New London, N. L. Co., Ct. 



RELTGinN: Congregational 
n345 MOTHER: Latham. Lydia #1 347 



CHILDREN/*SPOUSE 






DATE: 


PLACE: 








1 Ciiristopiier Jr, 




BISTH 


220CT1702 


New London, 


New London County, 


Connecticut 




* Davis (Haynes?) , 


Sarah 


Msm 


22DEC1726 














DEAIE 
















BURIAL 












2 Ebenezer 




. aiEIE 


12AUG1704 


New London, 


New London County, 


Connecticut 




♦ Rogers, Abbie 




HABm 


1725/7 


New London, 


New London County, 


Connecticut 








DEAI2. 


100CT1756 


New London, 


New London County, 


Connecticut 








BURIAL 












3 John 




SISTH 


11AUG1706 


New London, 


New London County, 


Connecticut 




♦ Hanford, Sarah? 




MESH 


200CT1735?Narwalk, Fa 


irfield County, Connecticut 








DEAIIL 
















BURIAL 












4 Lvdia 




BIRTH 


03AUG1708 


New London, 


New London County, 


Connecticut 




* Crittentox, Thomas 


KAEEH 
















DEimi 
















BURIAL 












5 M^rv 




BIRTH 


C1710 


New London, 


New London County, 


Connecticut 




* Gibbons, John 




ItARRD 


31JUL1734 


Stonington, 


New London County, 


Connecticut 








E)£AIH. 
















BURIAL 












5 George 


#336 


. aiEia 


17MAR1712 


New London, 


New London County, 


Connecticut 




* Palmer, Phebe 


#337 


MEEH 


260CT1735 


Stonington, 


New London County, 


Connecticut 








DEATH 
















BURIAL 












7 Samuel 




. aisiii 


29JAN1713 


Waterford, 


New London County, 


Connecticut 




♦ Single 




DEAia 
















BURIAL 












8 William 




. aiEiii 


20AUG1715 


Vaterford, 


New London County, 


Connecticut 








MARED 
















DEAIH. 


1795 














BURIAL 












9 Lemuel 




. ElEIH. 


09APR1717 


Waterford, 


New London County, 


Connecticut 




* Randall, Preserved 


MEEC 


19SEP1751 


Groton, Nevv 


' London, Connecticut 








DEAIU 
















BURIAL 












10 Elizabeth 




BIRTH 


27JUN1719 


New London, 


New London County, 


Connecticut 




♦ Lester, Daniel 




MEEH 


22SEP1739 


New London, 


New London County, 


Connecticut 




♦ 1748CT- 




DEAIH. 
















BURIAL 













Harrow. Christopher. 



11 Jedediah 



♦ Baiiey, Prudence 

* 

♦ l/g John 



3TOIAL 



(Continued) »67' 



12 Ichahnd 

« 



BIRTH 
BURIAL: 



10AUG1721 Hew London, New London County, Connecticut 
27JIAR1752 ifew London, JTew London County, Connecticut 



i 



20JUU1723 JTew London, Few London County, Connecticut 



1740 



■ CHILDRFf OF : 
Chrstopher#672-l-? 

Ebenezer #672-2-1- 

2- 
3- 
4- 

Joan #672-3-1- 
2- 
3- 
4- 
5- 

Lemuel #672-9-1- 

Eliz. #672-10-1- 

Lestgr. 2- 

3- 

4- 

Jedediah #672-11-1- 
2- 
3- 
4- 
6- 



-Jonathan b.cl723 d.cl779 m Abigail Jackson, Grace Barlow, 
4 Eliz. Buckley. .?-Maj. Christopher.. 

-Zadock b.25DEC1728CT d. 1827CT ml Hannah Lester ni2 Hester Lee 
mS Eliz. ?. . 
-Sarah b. 6 10 VI 73 OCT. . 
-Abi b.27AUG1732CT. . 

-Elizabeth b.200CT1734 iiil754 Ephraim Storry. . 
■John b.22FEB1738CT. . 
■Hannah b. 29SEP1736CT. . 
■Samuel b. 29SEP1739CT. . 
■Isaac b. 17MAn741CT. . 
■Paul b.90CT1743CT. . 

■Ichabod b. 11A(JG1752. . 2-?lIathan b. 1759. , 
■Sylvester b. 8MAY1740CT. . 
■Jason b.27DEC1741CT. . 
■Elizabeth b. 10NOV1745CT. . 
■Daniel b. 28JU!ri748CT. . 

Christopher b.25DEC1752 m Bridgett Morgan.. 
■John b. 10CT1754CT m Hannah Fuller. . 
Silas b.9FEB1757CT 

Jedidiah b. 1JA11761CT (Rev. Var)m Alcha Teachout. . (?5-???George 
Amirius b.201tAR1762 d. 1825 Oneida Co., lY ml786CT Sarah Melona. . 
(He enlisted REV VAR at Spencertown, Columbia Co, FY per wife.) 



'??)! 



^.According to Janis Miller, "on the site of the old Darrow farm in ITew London, there are^ 
four grave stones and on one the inscription reads: i 

■In memory of Mrs Elizabeth Darrow who died February 1758 aged 76yrs(born 1680). She 
•^as tne mother of eight children (Mary Smith in 1902 said eleven children) 43 
grandchildren, & 30 great-grandchildren." •■ 

" ItlTV. . ^r^^^^f^' "^ ^°°' ^^<^°^^' *^s a noted baptist minister in Connecticut. 
(iftSTnH lO'.A??? r.^^^"^ *° °^ ^^^ ancestor of the noted lawyer, Clarence Darrow 
ltlliT^n, I \, .!!?''! "^^ *^^ ^°'' °^ ^^ius Darrow & Emily Eddy(of the Ct. Eddys - ' 
lIV.1. n l^ad settled in Trumbull Co.. Ohio. Clarence's grandparents. Jedediah 4 
Laura Vade Darrow had moved to Trumbull Co. in 1825. Clarence's great-grandparents 
Amxrius % Sarah Melona Darrow(672-ll) . had moved from ITew London. ^CT in^l795 to 
Boonvxlle, Oneida Co. , M. Clarence Seward Darrow had defended John Scopes in the famous 

'^ntrlr^tnt. 1 ' 7"'' "'"'^'^ "''' '^"""'^S evolution in the pubUc schools 
contrary to state law and was prominent in other unpopular cases 

in"he^earlv■JIoJ.^^"?;'^"' ''^ ^'''''' °' Cornelius(m Lucinda Tillotson) who settled 
m the early 1800 s in Chautauqua Co. HY 4 Cornelius was the father of James (1847-1931) 



^s&:Si^.^i:7ZJ^. ;;';".,-i:„;«!^:;j;r"' "- '•■"■ '- ' ■ '""■" =• -- '-- 



r^USBAND'S FULL MHE : Palmer, Deacon Joseph 



#674- A 



ELSIE 



EAEIZ. 



MEEC 



DEAIH 



14IIOV1690 ELA££ 
06JUIfl690 PLACE 
02APR1711 ELA££ 
12JUII1789 ELACE 

SIffilAL: ELA££ 

OTHEP PESTDETTCES : 

OCCUPATIQJfS : Justice of 

WTLITARY SE^IQEH: 

OTHER SPOUSES : 2) Hannah Billings 12JU]T1779 

HTS FATHER: Palmer. Jc 



Stonington, lew London County, Connecticut 
Road Church, Stonington, Connecticut 
Stonington, lew London County, Connecticut 
Voluntown, Vindham County, Connecticut 



Peace 



Foseph 



RELIGIQJT : Congregational 



#1348 MOTHER: Prentice. Frances ffl34$ 



VTFE'S FULL I A ME : Palmer, Mary 



#675 



aiEiH 



MEIZ. 



14MAR1690 ELACE 



06JUI1690 ELACE 



DEAIE: 13JAI1777 ELACE. 
EMIAL: ELACE 
OTHER REST DEVICES : 



Stonington, ITew London County, Connecticut 
Road Church, Stonington, Connecticut 
Voluntown, Vindham County, Connecticut 



HER FATHE R: Palmer. Gersham 



RELIGIQg: Congregational 
#1350 MOTHER: Den 1 son. Ann 



»1351 



CHILDREN/ *SPOUSE 



PATE: 



PLACE: 



l_SaraiL. 

* 

* 

♦ 



aiEiE 

HAEEH 

DEAIH. 

_EM1AL. 



♦ Moore, 

» 

« 



Dr. V. 



BAEI2. 

MEED. 

DEAia 

.EIIEIAL 



17JA51712 Stonington, Hew London County, Connecticut 



21MAR1714 Stonington, Hew London County, Connecticut 
12DEC1S12 



3_Pliebe_ 



JS2Z_ 



* Darrow, George #336 

* 

♦ 



EAEIZ. 
HAEED. 
DEAIE 
BURIAL 



24IfOV1717 Stonington, Hew London County, Connecticut 
260CT1735 Stonington, Hew London County, Connecticut 



4 Joseph (Capt. ) BIRTH 

* Coats, Katherine MARRD 

* DEAIE. 
* BUEIAL 



30OCT1719 
07HOV1741 
26MAY1760 



Stonington, Hew London County, Connecticut 
Stonington, Hew London County, Connecticut 



5 Frances 

» 

♦ 



ElEIE 
DEAIE 
BURIAL 



270CT17S1 Stonington, Hew London County, Connecticut 
d. young? 



6 Amos 

♦ 



aiEiE. 

MEED. 

DEAIE 

.EIIEIAL 



11APR1724 Stonington, Hew London County, Connecticut 
24AUG1745 Cape Briton, 



7 Masss 



« 

♦ 

a Moses 

* 
« 



ElEIE 

DEALS. 

.EIIEIAL 



11MAY1725 Stonington, Hew London County, Connecticut 
11MAY1725 Stonington, Hew London County, Connecticut 



aiEiE 

MARRD 

DEAia 
BURIAL 



13APR1726 Stonington, Hew London County, Connecticut 



9 Hannah 



♦ ?Elliott, Andrew 

♦ 



ElEIii 
DEAIE 
BURIAL 



02AUG1727 Stonington, Hew London County, Connecticut 
d. young?. 



10 Jonathan 



* Herrick, Freelove 



SIEIE 

MEED 

DEiia 

J^IEIAL 



18MAR1730 Stonington, Hew London County, Connecticut 
05MAY1749 Voluntown, Vindham County, Connecticut 
05AUG1765 Voluntown, Vindham County, Connecticut 



I 



Palaer, Joseph. 



(Continued) ■. #674-B 



-'- Ann 




SiSIIi 
MESH 

BUPIAL 



12 Asenath 



* Hay, Gideon 

♦ 

■i 



MSRD 
CEAIH. 



26MAS1735 Stonington, Jew London County, Connecticut 



Joseph #674-4-?-Joseph b.24JUL1742 d. young.. 

?-Joseph b. 1FEB1744/5 ml758 Content Vheeler 
?-Elisha(I2II) b.23SEP1750 ml769 Huldah Palmer. 



-Elijah(im).. 



I 



.. (674) Joseph Sr. inherited much land from his grandfather, irehemiah(#2596) , since his 
father, Joseph(#1346) , had predeceased Nehemiah. He served as Representative to the CT 
General Assembly in 1735, 1738, 1739, 1740, & 1742. From 1739 to 1743 he served as 
Justice of the Peace in Stonington. Around 1744, he & his wife moved to Voluntown. 
. . (674-4) Joseph Jr. was a seafaring captain & died of drowning, 

SOURCES t HISC INFO ' fRVSD nSgPiqg?) Macki^nTii. IRI yhtiplof Onris Palaof Buy.; 

..The naies Russell k Roswell appear aiongst the Paliers of Voluntovn i are nanes used by 6eorge Oarrow for his children(l168), 






HUSBATO'S FULL lAWE: Benjamin, Joseph 



#676- A 



BIRTH 



C1673 ELA££ 



25AUG1696 PLACE 



JUII1738 ELAC£ 



FLAGS 



Yarmoutli, Massachusetts 

Preston/Griswold, Uew London County, Connecticut 

Preston/Griswold, ¥ew London County, Connecticut 



MESH 
DEATH 

WKLAL 

QIHEE. PESTDEirCES: Vill probated 1738 Preston/Griswold #492 (Uew London) 
QCCyPATIQNS; Blacksmith RELTGTniT : Congregational 

MILITARY B£GQ£J1: 1695: Var against Pemaquid Indians under Capt. Gorum 
HIS FATHER: Benlaaln. Joseph #1352 mother: ciark. Sar^h 



»1353 



VIFE'S FULL MME : CookCCoke), Elizabeth 

MSIZ: 30JU]?1678 ELAC£: Stonington, ITew London County, Connecticut 

pl738 ELAlIE: ?Preston/Griswald, Jew London County, Connecticut 
ELACE: 



#677 



DEAIS: 

MRIAL- 

OTHER SESIDEgCES : 

QCCUFATIQNS: 

HER FATHER: Cooke. 



Ricliard 



RELIGION : Congregational 
#1354 MOTHER: ?Larabe e. Grace 



#1355 



CHILDREN/4SPQUSE 



DATE: 



PI- ACE: 



1 Josgph 

* Clark, Deborah 

* 1710CT-????MA 

* d/o John & Deborah 
2 
* 

* 
3 

» 
♦ 
4 

5 
♦ 

6 

♦ 
7 
*1 
»2 

♦_ 
8_ 

» 

92 
* 

♦_ 
10 
*1 
♦2 

« 



BIRTH 

MARRD 

DEAIH. 

_SII£IAL 



15AUG1699 Preston/Griswold, ITew London Co. , Connecticut 
03APH1722 Preston/Griswold, Sew London Co. , Connecticut 
cl803 Egremont, Massachusetts 



Ql£jL 



Tarrington, Mary 

1701MA-1755CT 
d/n Peter A Ahlal 



MAEEH 

DEAIIi 

.EIIEIAL 



15AUG1701 Preston/Griswold, Sew London Co. , Connecticut 
1724 
1747 Preston/Griswold, Hew London Co. , Connecticut 



Elizabgth 



Parke, Robert 

1697- 
s/q Robert A 



Mary 



BIRTH 

MARRD 

DEATH 

_EmiAL 



115071703 Preston/Griswald, Sew London Co. 
C1725 



Connecticut 



Sarah 



Parke, Josiah 
1709CT- 

s/Q Thomas 



BIRTH 
MESH 
DEAIfl. 
BURIAL 



17JAS1707 Preston/Griswold, lew London Co. , Connecticut 
05UOV1731 Preston/Griswold, Uew London Co. , Connecticut 



HaaaaLi 



EA£I2. 
DEATH. 

BURIAL 



03MAS1706 Preston/Griswald, Sew London Co. , Connecticut 
Died young? 



Gracg 



Wheeler, Jonathan 



BIRTH 

MESH 

DEATH. 

_EIIEIAL 



10JAS1709 Preston/Griswald, Sew London Co. , Connecticut 
140CT1729 Preston/Griswald, Sew London Co. , Connecticut 



Jedldlah 



) Stanton, Patience 
)Main, Mary 



ElETH 

MMD.: 

DEAIH 

.MEIAL 



15JUL1711 Preston/Griswold, Sew London Co. , Connecticut 
1)11S071732 Preston/Griswold, Sew London Co., Connecticut 
27JAS1805 Griswold, Sew London County, Connecticut 



CanisJL 



#338 



Guile, Phoebe #339 



SIEIH 

HAfiED. 

DEAIH 

_BI2£IAL 



17SEP1714 Preston/Griswald, Sew London Co. , Connecticut 
13MAS1739/40 Preston/Griswald, Sew London Co. , Ct. 
30JUL1756 Preston/Griswald, Sew London Co. , Connecticut 
Rtxtown Cemetery . Griswol d. Connecticut 



iOiUL. 



aiEiH 

HAEBDl 
DEAIH 
BURIAL 



cl715 Preston 



71788 Preston/Griswold, Sew London Co. , Connecticut 



Abiel 



)Ford, Judath 
)Vilberson, Margaret 



BIEIH : 17DEC1716 Preston/Griswold, Sew London Co. , Connecticut 
MARRD : 1)16DEC1736 Preston/Griswold, Sew London Co., Connecticut 
DEAIH :?090CT1819 Griswold, Sew London County, Connecticut 
BURIAL; Rixtown Cemetery. Griswold. Connecticut 



Benjamin, Joseph (Continued) #676-B 



CHILDRSIT QF : 

Joseph Jr. #676-l-l-Joseph b. 17DEC1723 d.APR1761MA ml Anne Penniman m2 Hannah Dibble.. 

2-Elijah b.8JUIfl725 d.cl768 ml747M Hannah Taft. . 

3-James b.3APR1727 d. 1772MA ml750 Priscilla Burton.. 

4-Barzillai b.28MAR1730 m Anne Chedler. . 

5-Deborah b.261tAfil732 d. 1830CT m Cady. . 

6-Josiah b. 13MS1732/4 d.JUL1805 Saratoga Co. F?. . 

7-Uathan(Capt. ) b. 19APR1737 d. 1JJUL1785MA ml Abigail Dibble 

m2 Hannah Vilton. . 8-Mary b. 22Jinfl739 d.?PA ml762CT Andrew Durkee. . 

8-Isaac b. 15APR1742 m? Mercy Clark.. 
Obed #676-2- 1-Obediah b. 1728CT d. 1816 lova Scotia ml Kary Hurd n2 Deborah Strong 

2-Abel b. 1731 d. 1790 Otsego Co. FT ml759CT Esther Smith. . 

3-Ebenezer b. 1734 d. 1789 Columbia Co. 5Y m Phoebe BenJ anin (#338-3) . . 

4-Elizabeth b. 1737 ml761 Abraham Snow.. 

5-Jacob b. 1739 m Esther Dunham. . 6-?Est her 1745-1768 Griswold Ct. . 
Elizabeth #676-3-l-Roswell b. 1731 d. 1762 Havanna, Cuba ml753 Deborah Avery. . 
Earifi. 2- James b. 1731CT. . 3-Mary b. 1732 ml 752 John Avery.. 

4-Elizabeth b. 1735 d. 1762CT m Benjamin Enos. . 

5-Hannah b. 1738 ml755 Jared Mason. . 

6-Hesekiah b. 1740. . 7-Darothy m Mortimer Stoddard. . 
Sarah #676-4-l-Benjamln b.3SEP1732. . 2-Joseph b. 15AUG1734. . 
Par hie 3-Sybel b. 26FEB1736. . 4-Dorothy. . 5-Anos b. 19JAS1739/40. . 

6-Susannah b. 11APR1742. . 7-Josiah b. 15AUG1744. . 

8-Thomas b. 8DEC1745. . 9-Sarah. . 
Grace #676-6-l-AiBe b. 22JI751730. . 

Vheeler 2-Grace b. 25JIIL1733. . 
Jedidiah #676-7-l-Phineas b.50CT1733 dl804 Sharon CT ml Zipporah Spaulding 

n2 Jemlmna Hollister. . 

2-Patience b. 25FEB1735-cl770m Hopestill Cleveland.. 

3-Hannah b.22KAY1737 d.?VT ml Benj . Brown m2 Benj . Abbott.. 

4-Jedediah b.28AUG1741 d. 5071745. . 

5-Simeon b.280CT1744 d. 1825 Otsego Co. CT m Abigail Foster.. 

6-Daniel b. 29MAY1747. . 

7-Joannah b. 10JUL1749 ml773 Ebenezer Famaa. . 8-Eliz. b. 130CT1749 
9-Doritha b. 22APR1752. . 
Abiel #676-10-l-Lydia b. 27JUL1738 ml759 Jesse Kimball.. 
2- Jesse b. 01AUG1740 d. young. . 

3-Ezra b. 13DEC1742 d.29SEP1819 ml769 Prudence Main.. 
4-Zeperah b. 23I0V1744. . 

5-Abiel b. 16AUG1747 d. 14AUG1822CT ml771 Louisa Ellis. . 
6-Judith b. 11APR1750. .7-Anne b. 7MAY1753 ml771 Saml. Prentice.. 
8-Sarah b. 010CT1756 ml781 Samuel Gates.. 
9-Jesse b.28AlJG1758 dl351 Jeff Co. FY ml783Fr Rachel Buna.. 



. (676) Joseph was severely wounded in the war against the Indians at Penaquid and 
received a pension in 1700. ^ 

Joseph's will was signed & dated 26MAY1732 4 probated 06JUII1738 at Preston CT- 
He granted his wife all his moveable estate & a third part of all his Real Estate to 
IToo^^ i^;;!ht l^'i' 1° r^'l' ^°^^P^ * °^^''' ^^ Sranted each 40 acres of land worth 
Jpd?H^.h § ?■ Ill- f^""' ^^"^ ^^^^' " '^^^^^ ^^^1^^ received ^0. Youngest sons, 
detiritnln ;;'^i' J^^^V "^^^ ^° ^P^^^ ^^^^^^Y ^^ remaining housing 8, lands as 

?nhn S^!^ I IT PK??^"^°- ^""^^ ^^°^ * ^°^ ^"'^ J^- ^'^^ appointed executors. 
John Brown, Jonathan Phillips, & Lydia ?Hatch were witnesses. 



. Benjamin, Joseph (Continued) , 



#676-C 



Joseph Sr.'s estate inventory was taken by Vm. Herrick in late June 1738 & included: 



Wearing apparrell . . 






Jt20. 


11. 


00 


Linens 






£00. 


09. 


00 


Pewter 






£04. 


02. 


00 


Earthern & tin 






£00. 


09. 


00 


Vooden ware 






£04. 


10. 


00 


Tongue fine shove l/t 


iramely. 


£02. 


11. 


00 


Two shears & tools . 


. . 




£00. 


10. 


00 


Frying pan & pair bell 


ows . 


£00. 


13. 


00 


Five books 


. . 




£00. 


10. 


00 


2014# flax 


, , 




£02. 


01. 


00 


FarminsT tools 






£11. 


14 


Oft 


Two mares 


. , 




£13. 


03. 


05 


Five cows & calves, 


2 


Bulls 


£54. 


02. 


00 


Swine 


, , 




£03. 


12. 


00 



Beds & two sets curt ins 

Warming pan 

Spoones 

Brass & Iron pots 

Looking glass & hour glass . . . . 
Candlestick, chopping knife . . . 
Two spinning wheels 4 3 chests 

Razer & 3 knives 

Carpenter' s tools 

42# Sheep' s wool 

Sadel, bridle, panel 

One yoke of oxen 

Twenty three sheep 



£21.09.00 
£01.05.00 
£00.06. 00 
£09.04.00 
£00.09.00 
£00.03. 00 
£01.11.00 
£01.10.06 
£03.02.00 
£06.06.00 
£04.15.00 
£32.00.00 
£14.04.00 



. . (677) Elizabeth Cooke Benjamin was admitted to the First Congregational Church of 
preston on June 4, 1702. 

.. (676-1) Joseph was a sailor on the Connecticut Colony's Sloop 'Defense', which 
accompanied the Joint Colonial Expedition against the French Fortress, Louisburg, in 
1744. The Captain, John Prentice, lost a lawsuit brought by his sailors & had to share 
the prize valued at more than £200,000 of seized ships & booty. His son, Uathan, founded 
the town of Mt. Washington MA at whose home Joseph died in 1803. 

.. (676-2) Obed's son, Ebenezer, was a private in the 4th Co., 1st CT Reg. during the 1756 
expedition against Crown Point during the French & Indian War. In the American 
Revolutionary War, he was a Capt. in the 5th Co. of CT troops & later a Lieutenant with 
the Albany County ITY Militia out of Chatham where George Darrow(#168) also lived 4 
served. 



SOURCES i HISC INFO ! (RVSO 07N0V1987), 161, Hackenzie, Barbour CT Vilals LDSI 2927, Bicha i Broun, CT Probate LOSi 1025002, 
,,6rls«old separated froi Preston in October 1815, 



1 



HUSBAND'S FULL MKE : Guile, Benjamin 



#678- A 



BT5TH 






C1700 PLACE 



01JUL1719 PLACE 



1725 ELAC£ 



RHRTAL : ELACE 

QIHE£ I^ESIDETCES : 



WTLITARY SEi^QEI): 
HTS FATHER: 



Preston/Griswold, lew London County, Connecticut 
Preston, Hew London County, Connecticut 



RELIGIQH : Congregational 
JIDIHERj 



VIFE'S FULL MWE : Denison, Phoebe 

BIRTH : 06JUL1700 ELACl: Preston/Griswold, lew London County, Connecticut 

DEAIfl: ELACE: 

EIiaiAL: ELAC£: 

OTHER RESTDETTCES : 

OTHER SPOUSES : 2) Stephen Herrick 10UOV1726 ® Preston CT 

OCCUPATIONS : RELIGION : Congregational 



#679 



HER FATHER: Denison. Capt. Will lam 



#1358 WQTHER: Avery. Wary 



yi 359 



CHILDREffZ-tSPQUSE 



DATE: 



Pt^ACE: 



1 Villlam BIRTH 


01MAE1723 Preston, Uew London County, Connecticut 


♦ Palmer, Frances MSBH 

♦ DEATH 

♦ BURIAL 


07OCT1744 Preston, New London County, Connecticut 


2 Phoebe #339 BIRTH 


22JAS1724/5 Preston, New London County, Connecticut 


* Benjanln. Daniel #338 MSSH 

* DEATH 

* BURIAL 


13MAS1739/40 Preston, New London County, Connecticut 
26JUL1756 Preston/Griswold, New London Co. , Connecticut 


3 BIRTH 




» HARRD 

* DEATH 

♦ BURIAL 





. . (679) Phoebe after the death of Benjamin Guile, remarried a Stephen Herrlck and they 
were the parents of: 

Nathan b.24N0C1724. . 

Stephen b. 10NOV1728. . 

Freelove b. 22FEB1730/1. . 

Benjamin b. 04DEC1732. . 

Joseph b.5}tAY1735. . 

Elijah b.25JAN1736/7. . 

Sarah b. 12FEB1738/9. . 

Daniel b. 18MAY1742. . 



William #678-l-l-Benjamin b. 12NOV1749. 
2-Mary b. 11JUL1756. . 



SOURCES 1. fiTSC INFO ' (RVSO 91N0VI987), 161, Bicha & Brown, Preston CT Town Records, 

,, Preston CT Land Records; Benj, Suile bought of John 6uile, ^brother, (8k, 3, p,137 1713 4 Bk,3, p,166 1719), 



I 



jjUSBAJTO'S FULL NAME; Eaton, Thomas 



#680- A 



EIEIE 






23MAY1675 ELACfi 



05OCT1697 ELAC£ 



14AUG1748 ELAC£ 



PLACE 



Dedham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts 
Dedham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts 
Ashford, Windham County, Connecticut 



MRUL: 

QIIiEE. T^ESTDETCES : Roxbury till 1700, Woodstock CT 1702 purchased land, 
nCCUPATIOTTS: Wealthy blacksmith/ farmer RELIGTmT : Congregational 

MILITARY EEOnSn.: 

HIS FATHER; Eaton. jQ^n #1360 MOTHER: ? . aucp 



nsei 



VTFE'S FULL TfAME : Gay, Lydia Starr 



#681 



12AUG1679 PLACE 



BIRTH 

DEAIfi: 20AUG1748 PLACE 

EIIEIAL: PI-ACE 

OTHER RESIDENCES : 

QCCUPATIQTfS : 

HER FATHER: Gay. Nathaniel 



Medfield, Massachusetts 

Ashford, Windham County, Connecticut 



RELTGinTT: Congregational 
JLL2S2 MOTHER: Starr. Lydia 



fl3§3 



CHILDREN/ ESPOUSE 



DATE; 



PLACE; 



l-Elicaas BIRTH 

» Parker, Elizabeth MA55D 
* DEAia 
♦ BIIEIAL 



13SEP1698 Roxbury, Massachusetts 
01DEC1721 Woodstock, Windham County, Connecticut 
1773 Tolland, Tolland County, Connecticut 



2_Ljtjlia. 



* Single 

* 



aiEiH. 

CEAia 
BURIAL 



Massachusetts 



3 Hannah 



* Single 

« 



EIEIH. 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



Massachusetts 
20DEC1748 Ashford, Windham County, Connecticut 



4 HatliaQlel 



♦ Perry, Esther 
♦ 



»340 aisiH. 

#341 MBSD. 
DEATH 

BURIAL 



08Jinri704 Woodstock, Windham County, Connecticut 
31MAY1727 Ashford, Windham County, Connecticut 
15MAR1785 Ashford, Windham County, Connecticut 



5 David 



♦ DDavis, Dianah 
* 

»2)Tiffany, Bethia 

♦ d/oThos. d. 1748 
»3) Kendall. Patlencs 



BIRTH 
MAR5D : 1 
MEEIi:2 
MARRD :3 

DEAIH. : 
BURIAL: 



21JUL1706 Woodstock, Windham County, Connecticut 

)190CT1732 Ashford, Windham County, Connecticut 

)11MAB1741 Ashford, Windham County, Connecticut 

)20JUL1749 Ashford, Windham County, Connecticut 

Ashford, Windham County, Connecticut 



6 Joshua 



♦1) Woodcock, Ann 
»2) ? , Phebe 
♦ 



BISIH. : 
HAEEIi:! 
DEAia 
BURIAL 



23SEP1709 Ashford, Windham County, Connecticut 

) 14DEC1737 Ashford, Windham County, Connecticut 

27MAS1785 Ashford, Windham County, Connecticut 



7 Anne 



♦ Johnson, Seth 

t 



BLSIH. 

MESH. 

QEAIH. 

.BURIAL 



31MAT1712 Ashford, Windham County, Connecticut 

20SEP1733 

13APR1735 Lebanon, Connecticut 



8 Ebenezer 

* 



BISIR 
DEAIB. 
BURIAL 



13AUG1715 ( TWIN ) Ashford, Windham County, Connecticut 
19DEC1739 



9 Ephralm 

« 



aiEiiL 

DEAia 
BURIAL 



13ADG1715 ( TWIN ) Ashford, Windham County, Connecticut 
Died young. 



. . (680) Thomas at Woodstock CT 
Ashford CT, he was granted pew 



had purchased land of Nathaniel Garey. 
space at the Congregational church. 



In 1723, at 



Eaton, Thomas (Continued) #680-B 



.CHTLDREl QF: 
Thomas #680-l-l-Thankf ul m lathon Skif f . . 2-John m Eunice Gould... 

3-Thomas m Asenath Cady. . 4-JacQb m Jane Robinson.. 

5-Joseph m Elizabeth ? 4 Sarah Smith. . 

6-Benjamin m Hapzidiah Skif f . . 7-Ebenezer d. 109DEC1739. . 

8-Elizabeth. .9-Moses. . 
10-Aaron [perished in 1760' s expedition to Havana].. 
David #680-5- 1-Josiah b. 180CT1733 d. 13APR1777ml754 Sibbel Johnson 

2-Ephraim b.20CT1736.. 

3-David b. 4AUG1738 ml757 Mary Preston. . 

4-Mary b. 11FFEB1742/3 d. 14FEB1742/3. . 

5-Simeon b.3JUL1744 d. 20UOV1748. . 

6-Rev. Asa. b. 16MAB1745/6CT d. VT ml772 Abigail Goodale. . 

7-Ezekial b.7DEC1747. . . 

8-Simeon . b. 16APR1750. . 9-Anne b. 14APR1750. . 
10-Mary b. 24MAY1752. . 11-Sarah b. 17AUG1754. . 
12- James 9AUG1759. . 
Joshua #680-6-l-Anne b.205OV1738 d.20DEC1740 

2-Mehetebel b. 170CT1740 ml757 Wm. Knowlton. . 

3-Samuel b. 145071742 ml765 Chloe Stedman ml777 Martha Stednan. 

4-Ann b. 110CT1749 d. 245071750. . 



• 

I 



..Joshua's wife, Ann Woodcock, was an important midwife who was a heroine in a spotted 
fever epidemic in tirelessly caring for the ill without regard to own welfare. She also 
had served as a schoolteacher in Ashford. 



4 



SOURCg'; ii HISC TNFO' (RVSO 19SEP1987) 161, Mackenzie, «oyneux, 'N.E, Senealogical Suide", Barbour CT Records LDSI2930+ 



HUSBATO'S FULL ?JAXE : Perry, Capt. John 



#682- A 



aisiii 



DEAIfi 



C1675 PLACE . 
27MAY1707 ELA££ 



03FEB1746 ELACE 



prob. Marlborough, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 
Marlborough, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 
Ashford(Eastford) , Windham County, Connecticut 
MRIAL: PLACE: 

QI2EE. RE5TDETCES : Marlborough MA 

nCCUPATIQ^fS: Farmer BELIGIOIT : 
MILITA5Y EECQEIi: Captain Windham County, CT Militia 
OTHER SPOUSES : 2) Bridget ? (widow of Ebenezer Fitch who d. 1716) 
HTS FATHER: MQIHEEj 



Congregational 



WIFE'S FULL MHE : Ingoldsby, Sarah 

aiEis: ela(:e 

UEAIR: pl723 ELA££ 

aiffilAL: ELACE 



#683 



?Ashford, Windliam County, Connecticut 



OTHER RESIDENCES : Middlesex County, Massachusetts 

nCCUPATIQlTS : 

HES FATHER; 



RELTGinTT: Congregational 
JIDIfiE£i 



CHILDRENZ-tSPQUSE 



DATE: 



PLACE; 



l-Sflzai BIRTH 

* Russell, Benjamin MARRD 

* DEAIH. 
♦ SIIEIAL 



10APR1708 Marlborough, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 
13JUL1724 Ashford (East ford), Windham County, Connecticut 



2_ifliui aiEia 

♦ Moulten, Mehetebel MESH. 

♦ DEAIH. 
* ElffillL 



26APR1709 Marlborough, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 
260CT1732 Ashford (East ford) , Windham County, Connecticut 



3 Esther (Easter) #341 ElfilH. 

♦ Eaton, lathaniel #340 MARRD 

* DEAIE 
♦ MRIAL 



cl710 Ashford, Windham County, Connnecticut 
31MAY1727 Ashford(Eastford), Windham County, Connecticut 
14SEP1769 Ashford ( East f ord ) , Windham County, Connecticut 



4 Dorothy 



♦ Griggs, John 
* 



EJZEil 
MEEE. 
LIVIG 
BURIAL 



1754 Ashford, Windham County, Connecticut 



5 Thomas 

♦ Pick, Elizabeth 

* -1753CT 

« 



BIRTH 

MEEE. 

DEAIE 

.EHEIAL 



cl712 Ashford (Eastf ord) , Windham County, Connecticut 

(390CT1732 Ashford (Eastf ord) , Windham County, Connecticut 

?04irOV1745 Ashford (East ford), Windham County, Connecticut 



6 Hephzibetb 
* Peak, John 

* 



aiEiH. 

MEED. 
LIVITG 

_BlZEIALi 



cl715 Ashford, Windham County, Connecticut 
22MAY1736 Woodstock, Windham County, Connecticut 
1754 Ashford, Windham County, Connecticut 



CHILDREN BY SECQITD WIFE : ********************************************************* 



7 Bridget 



* Sumner, Benjamin 
♦ 

♦ 



BIRTH 
HAEBU 
DEATH. 
.EIIEIALl 



18APR1729 Ashford (Eastf ord) , Windham County, Connecticut 
310CT1746 Ashford (Eastf ord ) , Windham County, Connecticut 



.. (688) John in April of 1710 bought from James Corbin 350 acres of land on both sides of 
the Still River on the present site of Eastford, Windham County, CT. He then moved to 
Ashford (Eastf ord) from Marlborough in Middlesex County, MA. Ashford, in 1715, chose him 
to serve as Constable and a Selectman on the Town Council. 

In 1718, he was one of the original founders of the Congregational Church in 
Ashford (Eastford) & in 1721, the church chose him to select the Psalms 8i direct the 
singing. In 1723, as one of the original founders of the church, he was granted special 
pew space. 



, Perry, John (Cant . ) #682-B 



John Jr. #682-2-l-John b.8SEP1733 inl755 Rebecca Badger 

2-Samuel b. 17MAR1734/5 inl758 Allethere Reed. . 

3-Abigail b. 295071736 d.AUG1742.. 

4-Mehetebel b. 12SEP1738 ml761 John Sunner. . 

5-Obediah b. b. 27JUL1740 ml762 Jemima Vlntchester. . 

5-Abigail b.5MAT1745CT ml755CT Benjamin Chaney. . 

7-Ebenezer b.27KAR1747 d. young .. 

8-AbiJah b. 27MAY1749CT. . 

9-Ebenezer b.50CT1751 d. 150CT1782CT. . 
10-Elizabeth b. 18AJI1754 d. 110CT1757CT. . 
Thomas #682-5-l-Thomas b.23JUI1733 

2-Sarah b. 23JA51734/5 

3-Elizabeth b. 23AUG1736. . 

4-Mary b.22MAY1738 ml755 Ebenezer Bicknell. . 

5-Epheram b. 14FEB1739/4. . 

6-Dorkis b.22DEC1741. . 

In 1720, John Sr. was selected to serve on the Court Committees & in 1722, he was named 
Captain of the local military company to handle Indian alarms. He was noted as a 
courageous & efficient officer who established a military watch at Ashford & a scouting 
patrol in the Northern part of the town. Indian problems were followed in 1726 by famine 
in the Eastern Connecticut towns after two years of crop failures & much hunger. 

After the death of Sarah, John married the widow of Ebenezer Fitch of Windsor, Sorwich 
County, CT. Between DEC1729 & 1738, he acted as executor with Samuel Strong 4 Bridget 
Perry of Ebenezer' s estate. 

As Ashford began to divide between East and Vestern factions, John Perry becane a 
leading man amongst Eastern interests. In 1732, he was elected as the town 
representative to the General Assembly & in 1734 was on a committee that selected three 
'school dames' for Ashford. The committee agreed to pay three ladiesCincluding an Ann 
Eaton) £4 to teach for three months. 

In his will presented to the Ashford Justice of the Peace on 17FEB1745/6, John Sr. : 

ITEM: Bequeathed to son, John Jr., a tract of land, in addition to other land previously deeded to hit, 
lying 'South of the Southernmost row of apple trees in the old orchard, North of the Old Barn', 

ITEM; To John Jr,, the Negro Man, naaed Peter, to use, benefit, & behoof forever, 

ITEM; To son, Thomas, 29 acres of land in the Southerniost part of my fara and joining the eighty acres 
already deeded to him, 

ITEM; To daughters, Sarah Russell, Esther Eaton, Dorothy Sriggs, h Hepsibeth Peak, each £iee of which Sarah 
had already received her full portion and the others £Sd each, 

ITEM; To daughter, Bridget, £200 in addition to the Negroe Woaan, Prudence, to use, benefit, i behoof 
forever, 

ITEM; To wife, Bridget, the use of all Real & Personal estate during her lifetiae or widOBhood, »ith the 
provision that if she should remarry, she should vacate his property in return for £106, 

ITEM; Any portion of estate not given a«ay was to be divided equally aoongst the children, with John Jr, 
favored to receive a third more than any of the rest, He further stipulated that all lands be kept in his 
son's names h that cash distributions be paid five years after his & wife's deaths, 

Wife, Bridget, h son, John Jr,, were named executors, 

Witnesses; James Enos, Henry Cary, 4 Amos Broughton Signed 4 Sealed; John Perry 



\m^\\ \ niSC !NF11: (RVSD 9S0EC1987), Barbour CT RECORDS LDSI2938, Larned's "History of iindhaa CO", CT Probate LDSI1M2679. 

,,The town of Ashford of the !7»e's is today divided between Ashford \ Eastford, 

,,So«etiii8 prior to 17«e, a John Perry was granted Lot 11114 by Norwich County, CT in «indsor(«anchester Town), 

,, Possible parents to John Perry; John Perry i Bethia Norse i23l1AY166S Sudbury, Hiddlesex Co,, ilfl, 

,,The Perrys »ay descend frot the Abrahaa PerrysCthere were several) of Sawbridgeworth, England. 



roSBASD'S FULL ^kWE : Stone, Jonathan 



#688-J 



1720 ELACE 



C1743 ELACE. 



Providence, Providence County, Shade Island 
?Providence County, Rhode Island 
Johnston, Providence County, Rhode Island 



RELIGIQl : 

WQTHEB: Foster. Abigail 



BIRTH 

MEED. 

IffiAia: 25AUG1770 SLA££ 

BlffilAL.- ELACE. 

QIHia RESIDENCES : 

OCCUPATIONS : Farmer, Tanner/Currier, Cordwainer 

MILITARY EEQQER: 

HIS FATHER: Stone. John #1376 



»1377 



HFE'S FULL ITAME : Westcott , Hannah 
aiEIH: ELACE 

inm- JA51777 ELACE 
ffllEIAL.- ELACE 

OTHER gE 5 I DEUCES: 
QCCUPATIQJfS : Housekeeper 
HER FATHER: Vestcott. Benjamin 



#689 



Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 
Johnston, Providence County, Rhode Island 



RELIGIQU : 
#1378 MOTHER: Gardiner. Bethia 



#1379 



:HILDRE!f/»SPOUSE 






DATE: PLACE: 






L Mercv 




BIRTH 

ItARRD 

DEATH, 

_EIIEIAL. 


1749 Providence County, Rhode Island 
706HAR1770 Johnston, Providence County, Rhode 
16APR1829 Johnston, Providence County, Rhode 




t Villiants, Oliver 
^ 1748-1817RI 

i s/o Daniel 




Island 
Island 


5 Stone, Josiah 


#344 


BIRTH, 
HARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


cl744 Cranston? 
SEP 1831 Johnston, 


, Providence County, Rhode 
Providence County, Rhode 


' Island? 


f Fiske, Lois 
1 


#345 


Island 


3 Phebe 




BIRTH 
KARRD 

BURIAL 


1754 Providence County, Rhode Island 
03APS1773?Jahnston, Providence County, Rhode 
1774 Johnston, Providence County, Rhode 




■1 Baker, John 




Island 
Island 


i Hannah 




BiEia 

MARRD 
l.IVNU 

BURIAL 


1774 Johnston, 


Providence County, Rhode 








Island 


5 




BIRTH 

IIARRD 

DEATH 

_EIIE1AL 








> 
> 
» 







CHILDREN OF : 
Mercy #688-1- 



1-Oliver. .2-Thoinas. . 

3-Dinah m Ebenezer Spraque. . 4-Silas Ivg 1809; Otsego Co. WI. 

•5-Luther Ivg 1809; Otsego Co. UY. . 6-Fancy. . 

•7-Amy. . 8-Keziah. . 

■9-Phebe. .? Joseph b. 1771/2 d. 1801 m 27TOV1790 Mary Williams.. 



Phebe #688-3-?-Josiah d.pl825 m Sarah 



. . (688) Jonathan, in a Warwick RI deed dated 12AUG1746, purchased from brother, Benjamin 
(#1376-8), 60 acres for £350. In 1749, Jonathan sold land in Warwick to Benjamin 
Stone (prob. same 60 acres). On 26MAR1756, he purchased 55 acres for SI, 500 from Jabez 
Westcott (s/o Saml.) a Martha Westcott of Providence. He was a member of the Johnston 
Town Council on 4FEB1764 & 17MAR1764. 

Jonathan's will was dated 13JUL1770 & recorded 3SEP1770. He left to son, Josiah, all 
his real estate, farming tools, cooper tools, stock, St money with the provision that he 
pay the following legacies: Mercy Williams ..illegible.., Phebe - £15, & daughter, Hannai 
- £15. Son, Josiah, & wife, Hannah, were appointed executors. 
Packard, Hezekiah Fisk, & John Fisk, Esq. 



Witnesses were: Fearnot 



. stone, 



Jonathan. .' (Continued) #688-8 



On 27SEP1770, Hannah & Josiah Stone, Execs. , presented to the town council the 
following inventory of Jonathan Stone's £113.15.3 estate as taken by: Stukely Vestcott & 
Joseoh Stone (Jonathan' s brother): 



Pair 4 yr old oxen 

Two hogs 

Log chain 

Pair tongue tongs 

Cart irons 

Old gun 

5 yards Irish linen 

Ink stand 4 sand box 

Old sythes i cutdash 

Bitte S wedge 

Tin mare 

Cooper tools 

Uhite Oak Cooper stuff 

150 Red Qak b/rel heading 

2 Pair fork tines 

3 Ash brooms 
Artes of hand' 

5 Bushel of Indian Corn 

Pepper J Allspice 

Desk 

Case h Dottles 

Pewter ware 

Warning pan 

Box iron heater bellows i 

Pots 

Heat barrels, sive dipper 

Old meat barrel & meal 

Tobacco tub 

Weaving apparel 

House trap 



One cow 

Five shotes 

One shod shovel 

Old yoak 

Old grind stone 

Deer skin 

Si4 yds check linen 

6U yds of white flannel 

4 bushels flaxseed Old saddle 

5 gal, y, India Rura 
Old cask 

2 Flaxseed casks 
Ditto 



Ten sheep 

Hay h stalks 

Old axe 

Draught chain 

New saddle 

3 Felt hats 

7 hundred shingles 



One mare 
Horse tacklings 
Old hoe 
Plow irons 
Pair saddle bags 
Beaver hat 
i fish net 
Tape 4 thread 
Old bridle 
1 bushel salt 



More staves 
Old basketts 
Money; £2, e, 1114 
3 Hammners 



28 gal, Mol lasses 

14 New white Qak barrels 

1009 Chestnut Oak barrel staves 

3S0 Uhite Oak barrel heading 

Qld boards 2 sets bedsteads 

1150 barrel staves at the stunp 

Ne« meal bag Accts, 

Pair shoe maker pinchen 



Rec, £5,2.6ii 



2 Pair Seals h Weights i large tea cannister 



Leather 
Round table 
Chairs 

Earthern plates 
Tea kettle 
Pipe box 



2 Beds S furniture Block bad & f/niture 



Chest & bop? 
2 Woolen wheels 
Brass kettle 
trenchers 
Iron kettle 
Tranel? shovel J tongues & grain hooks Pails & trap? 



Tea table 
Linnen wheel 
Bottles 

Knives, forks, 4 
Frying pan 



& rundlet 
Yarn 

Candle box 
Looking glass 
Pair old cast dogs 



Side saddle & pillian 
Flax Meal bags 

Little baskette Close basket 
Towels Chamber pot 



. . (689) Hannah appears in the 1774 Johnston HI Census as a widow with two daughters & 
living next to son, Josiah. In a 1777 deed recorded in Johnston, she sold for £48 to 
James Randall (neighbor) 65 acres of farmland. Witnesses were: Stukely Vestcott (Hannah's' 
brother?) 4 Reubin ¥estcott(s/o Stukely. 

.. (688-1) lercy's husband, Oliver Vllllams, was appointed by the Johnston Town Council oi 
8AUG1777 to guard 4 enforce a quarantine on the house of Benjamin Carpenter which was 
inhabited by persons Infected by smallpox. ^ i 

SOURCES i niSC INFO - (RVSO »7AU61987), 1774,1777, 1782 RI CENSUS, RI Probate i Land Records, Oarlene Stone, Richard C, Stone, 
Johston Town records LOSI 91S259 4 546850, «hitaan LDS» !e2e771, John 0, Austin p,3457, 
,, Johnston »as part of Providence RI until around 1759, »hen it vas established as a separate town, 

,.The above children »ere all that »ere sentioned in Jonathan's will, A Hattie Heninger of Hilk River, Alberta 4 others have 
included as children of Jonathan 4 Hannah Stone; (John 4 Abigail) 
John b,cl749 d,1774 »1766 Phebe Oaly(ii2 M», King Ivg, Coventry RI 1790) 
-I-Oliver Stone b,1768 i Eliz, Bassett, ,2-Avis Stone b,1769 « Caleb Arnold,, 
-3-Hannah Stone b,1771 s John Vickry,, 
Abigail b,cl7Sl i Daniel Straight, 



mTSBATTD'S FULL MWE : Fisk. Joseph 



#69«-A 



BIRTH 



PLACE 
C1734 ELACE 



27AUG1784 ELAC£ 



MA55D . 

I2EAIIi 

BURIAL: PLACE: 

QIHEE. RESIDE NC ES: 

QCCUFATIQgS: 

HILITARY RECQEJi: 

HIS FATHER: Fisk. Samuel 



?Scituate, Providence County, Rhode Island 
Johnston, Providence County, Rhode Island 



RELIGTOI: 



#1380 MOTHER: 



»1381 



WIFE'S Fin.L TTAME 
aiRIfi: 

inm-. DEC1784 ELACfi 
EMIAL: ELAC£ 

OTHER RESIDEICES : 



? , Freelove 
ELAC£: 



#691 



Johnston, Providence County, Rhode Island 



OCCUPATIOTIS: 








RELIGIOH: 








HER FATHER: 








MOTHER: 




# 




CHILDREN/ «SPnUSE 






DATE: PLACE: 










1 Patience 




. aiEiE 


12APR1735 Scituate, 


Providence County, 


Rhode 


Island 




* Tracy, ? 




MARRD 


pi 752 














DEAIIi 
















BURIAL 












2 Elizabeth 




. aisia 


20FEB1736 Scituate, 


Providence County, 


Rhode 


Island 




» Kimbel, ? 




MESH 


pl762 














DEAI2. 
















BURIAL 












3 Ephraim 




BIRTH 












» Mathewson, Lydi 


i 


ItARRD 


291SrOV1761 Johnston, 


Providence County, 


Rhode 


Island 








DEAIIi 
















BURIAL 












4 Lois 


#345 


. aiEIH. 












» Stone, Josiah 


#345 


ItARRD 
















DEAIIL 


1809 Warwick, 


Kent County, Rhode 


Island 










BURIAL 












5 Sarah 




BIRTH 
















MRRIl 
















DEATH. 
















BURIAL 












6 Joseph 




. aiEia 


cl737 Providence County, Rhode Island 






» ?, Mary 




MBSH 
















DEATH. 


18Jinfl793 Johnston, 


Providence County, 


Rhode 


Island 








BURIAL 












7 Isaac 




. BIRTH. 


15JU]I1757?Johnston, 


Providence County, 


Rhode 


Island 




* ? , Mary 




MREH 












♦ 1756-1812 




DEATH 


17JUiri824 Johnston, 


Providence County, 


Rhode 


Island 








BURIAL 













. . (690) Joseph Sr. & 

June 1768 to sponsor 
through the town. 
. . (690-6) Joseph Jr. 
. . (690-7) Isaac" s re 

RI. 



Col. Thomas Angel 1 were appointed by the Rhode Island Legislature in 
a lottery in Johnston to raise money for construction of a road 

was a member on the Johnston Town Council in 1784. 
Hgion was a Quaker 4 Assoc. Justice of RI Supreme Court at Johnston 



. CHILDRE?T OF : 

Joseph #690-6-l-Zephia m Richard Angell. . 
Isaac #690-7-1- Isaac b. 15MAR1791. . 2-Betsy b.28DEC1800. 



Fisk, Joseph. 



(Cont. ) f69»-B 



. . (690) Joseph Sr. wrote his will on 03JUL1762 & it was recorded 20DEC1784. Witnesses 
were John, Peleg, 4 Eunice Fisk. After ordering that his debts be paid, he granted to 
his wife, Freelove, all the rents & profits from land ITorth of the Plainfield Road to be 
used for the support & bringing up of his children till the youngest, Isaac, arrives at 
the age of fourteen. He granted to son, Ephraim, a lot in Cranston. To Lois(Loas) he 
granted two good beds one of which was to be a feather bed and furniture plus $20. Sarah 
received two good beds, one of which a feather bed, furniture, 4 $20. To son, Joseph, he 
gave the house & barn where his grandfather, Samuel, had lived. To Isaac, he granted the 
house 4 barn where he & Freelove now lived. All remaining Real Estate was to be divided 
between Joseph & Isaac Fisk. All remaining moveable estate 4 money was to be divided 
equally between the children except Ephraim who was to recieve a double portion. If any 
son died before the father or without spouse, his Real Estate was to be divided with 
other sons. Wife, Freelove, 4 son, Ephraim, were to act as executrix 4 executor of 
Joseph's will. 

Ephraim 4 Freelove refused to act as administrators of the moveable estate, thus the 
Johnston Town Council on 04OCT1784 appointed youngest son, Isaac, administrator. 

Joseph Fisk 4 Isreal Angell took the inventory and presented it to the Johnston Town 
Council on 20DEC1784 with an a ppraised value nf £90.12.5 : 



Blue broad cloth great coat Four cart wheel hub hoops 
Pair streaked cotton & linen breeches 



? colored serge jacket 

Old pr streaked »/len breeches 

Qld streaked woolen jacket 

Two streaked flannel shirts 

Pair linen hose 

Old pair " " 

Pair grey woolen hose 

Pair blue yarn hose 

Pair fine blue worsted hose 

Slue yarn hose 

Old streaked linen jacket 

One caster hatt 

Tobacco pouch 

Pair of shoes 

Pair of braided garters 

Qld brass kettle 

Old brass candle stick 

Case knives & 3 forks 

Bottom of pewter platter 

Three quart pewter bason 

Two quart bason 

Pewter quart pot 

Lingurarite salt oortar 

5 bedsteads & furniture 

Two case draws & box 

Large bible 

Half doz, Bannister chairs 

Pair loom warping bars/wheel 

Uooling wheel 

Cedar dye tub 



Set of iron harrow teeth 

Handsaw h old iron 

Qld cooper's ax 

Two pieces old iron 

Iron dog to draw logs 

Souge & narrow chizel 

Iron square & fire tonge 

Set of horse chains 

Two old plow shiin 

Colter & beathring 

Three cart wheel boxes 

Grind stone 

Two pair pitch forks 

Oung fork 

Pair brass stillards 

Snail brass kettle 

Two iron candle sticks 

Three cream colored plates 

Four plate bottoms 

Pewter platter 

Two three pint basons 

Bread trough 

Two gallon stone jug 

Oldfashioned round table 

Chest i 3'6" round table 

Flase hatchet 

Nine old chairs 

Two old chests 

Eight Weaver's sleighs 

nilk pail 



Pair iron stillards 

Round shave 

Fire shovel & grait tonges 

Chimney crain 

Pair iron dogs/one broke 

Two iron chimney trammels 

6rid iron 

Flipp iron & toasting iron 

Old frying pan & 2 covers 

Iron bake pan 

Iron tea kettle 

Copper tea kettle 

Iron fish kettle 

Small ■ " " 

Small iron skillet 

Old iron pot 

Pair sheep shears 

Qld warming pan 

Tin Ian thorn 

Twelve pewter plates 

Quart pewter bason 

Two pewter ?pbrringens 

Earthern bowl 

Cider churn 

Tea table 

4 '6° round table 

Clock & case 

Looking glass 

Qld fashioned great chair 

Linen wheel 

Cedar cheese tub 

Wooden platter & tray 



I 



SOURCES \ fllfiC INF1: (RVSD 88ftiJ61987), Johnston RI Probate i Land Records, John Q, Austin, Briggs LDS» 22391 4 22447, 
,,An Ephraii Fisk is buried at Cheshire, l1fl(d,19MflR18I3 962 ■ Lydia d,1819 J66), 



WTT.qEAim'S FULL ^km-. Bennett Sr. , John 



#692- A 



BI5TH 



WARTO 



T-TVTTG 



15OCT1703 ELA££ 



ELACE 



SEP 1788 ELA£E 



ELACE 



EMIAL: 

QIHEE. RESIDEICES : Providence? 

OCCUPATIOTfS : 

MILITARY EE^IQEfi: 

OTHER SPOUSES : 

HIS FATHER: TBennett. SamjpT 



East Greenwich, Kent County, Rhode Island 
Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 



VTFE-S FULL HKWE : 

aifilE: ELAC£ 

IITSQ: SEP1788 ELACE 

ElffilAL: PLACE 

OTHER RESIDETCES : 

OCCUPATTOTTS : 

OTHER SPOUSES : 

HER FATHER: 



RELIGION: 
#1384 MOTHER: ?Berry. DpsI rP 



#1385 



Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 

EEUaiQl: 
MQTHEP: 



CHILDREN/ -tSPOUSE 



DATE: 



PLAC E; 



1 John Jr. 
» ? , Anne 

» 



*346 aiEIH. 



#347 MESa 

inm. 

EIIEIAL 



C1740 
C1760 
.1777 



Kent County, Rhode Island 
Kent County?, Rhode Island 
Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 



3 Joseph 



t Remington, Mary 

♦ 1753-1847 

» d/Q Thomas 



BIRTH 
MARPD 
DEAia 
BURIAL 



20MAY1744 Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 
09DEC1773 Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 
05JU1I1835 Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 



3 

» 

» 

■■ CHILDPEl OF : 
Joseph #692-?- 



BlSUi 
MSSH 

DEATH 

.ailEIALi 



-?-Joseph b.cl778 d. 18FEB1864RI. . ASA b.cl780 d. 1864. . 
?-Mary b.cl786 d. 27APR1846RI. . Russell b.25AUG1794 d. 2SEP1847RI 



Elizabeth b. 13FEB1789 d.23MAY1882. 



. . (692) John appears in 1774 Warwick RI Census as well as John Jr. On 8MAR1773, John 
3ennett at Warwick gave up his right of apprenticeship over Desire Bennett (d/o Mercy 
Bennett) to John Arnold who was to care for her till age eighteen. 

.. (692-?) Joseph had served in the Revolutionary War. In response to Joseph's appeal, 
the Town Council of Warwick granted him monies to care for his aged parents. 

SOURCES h Hisr mn - (RVSD 98AU61987), Austin, 161, John 0, Austin, yarnitk Probate i Land Records, Joseph's Rev, «ar Pension 

^PP., 

,,180EC1721, a John Bennett i Elizabeth Coian at Providence RI,, 

,,1780's Uarvick records shov the presence of Sail, Bennett, Joseph Bennett, & an Abel Bennett, 
,.Var«iclc laarraige records list the following sons of a John Bennett; 
Oavid I 26JUL1772 flary yight d/o Seorge,,Saiuel i 2SI1AR17Se largaret Potter d/o Abel,, 



HUSBATO'S FULL ?IAKE : Crandall, Joseph 



#696- A 



^HTH 



MRSD 
QEAIfi 



C1684 
15FEB1715 
17FEB1750 



PLACE 



PLACE 



PLACE 



ELACE. 



?Vesterly, Vashington County, Khode Island 
Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 



BURIAL: 

OTHER RESIDE^rCES: 

nCCTJPATIOffS : 

WTLITARY EE£QEIL: 

HTS FATHER: Crandall . Elder Joseph 



RELIGIQI : 7th Day Baptist 
#1392 MOTHER: Burdlck. Deborah 



#1393 
#697 



WIFE'S FULL NAME : Langworthy, Ann 

DEAIH: N0V1773 ELACE 

WRIAL: PLACE 

OTHER REST DEUCES : 

OCCUR AT 1 015 : Housekeeper 

HER FATHER: Langworthy. Samuel 



?Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 



RELIGIQIT : 7th Day Baptist 
#1394 MOTHER: ? . Rachel 



^1395 



CHILDREN/ *SFQV5E 
1 Joseph 



DATE: 



PLACE: 



#348 



♦ DCrandall, Eliz.#349 

»2) Crandall, Martha 

* 



BIRTH : 21JAiri716 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
MARRD : 1)13DEC1738 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
DEATH : 1792 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
BHRIAL: 



2 Janes W. 



♦ DKenyon, Demaris 
♦2) Saunders, Eliz. 
* 

* 



BIRTH : 12MAY1719 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 

HAEEIi: 1)27FEB1742 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 

ME£Ii:2)06JUI1768 

DEATH : C1789 

BURIAL 



3 Willi am Edwin 

♦ Crandall, Deborah 

* 1726-1785 



BIRTH 
MESH. 
EEAia 
BURIAL 



4_Siia£flii aiEUi 

* Sweet. Mary KAEEH 

* 1726- DEATH. 

* d/Q Wm. A Thankful BURIAL 



5 Joshua 



♦ DKenyon, Eunice 
*2) Crandall, Abigail 



BIRTH 



06AUG1721 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
12KAR1746/7 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
1756 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 



15JAJ1724 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
23JUII1745 

?Charlestown, Washington County, Rhode Island 



150CT1727 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
MARRD : 1)18SEP1750 Charlestown, Washington County, Rhode Island 
MARRD : 2)20QCT1762 South Kingston, Washington County, Rhode Island 



IffiAIH. 
BURIAL 



6 Ezekial 

♦ 

♦ 



BIRTH 
DEATH 

BURIAL 



7 Ana 



♦ Rhodes, James 

♦ 1730-1806 



8 BgaJamifl 

» Kenyon, Alice 
« 1736-1836 

* d/o Enoch & Sarah 

(696-2) James was a 



aiEiH. 

MARRD 

DEATH 
BURIAL 



aiEiH. 

MARRD 
DEATH. 
BURIAL; 



12FEB1817?Berlin, Chenango County, Ifew York 



21IIOV1730 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
d. young 



02JUL1733 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
14 DEC 1752 

?Stonington, Uew London County, Connnecticut 



2011071736 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
26JU1T1758 Charlestown, Washington County, Rhode Island 
29H0V1793 Hopkinton, Washington County, Rhode Island 



(696-3) William was 

(696-4) Simeon was a 

(696-5) Joshua moved 

(696-8) Benjamin was 



Private in the Revolution with Rhode Island troops, 
in RI service during the Revolutionary War. 

wheelwright & a veteran of the American Revolutionary War. 

to Berlin, Chenango Co. NY cl797 with son Peter. 

a Private in the Revolution. 



Crandall , Joseph (Continued) *696^B 



£ 



James V. #696-2- 1-Eunice b. 24JAiri744 m Augustus Stanton.. 

2-Ezekial b. 110CT1746 d. 1838/43 Berlin WTCRev. Var Vet) ml Mary 

Pendleton in2 Experience Day in3 Amy ? m4 Lucre^ia ' Vorden' Shaw.. 
3-Deniarls b.8SEP1745 Jos. Pendleton.. , 

4-Enoch b. 1I0V1752 ml Hannah Crandall m2 Marcy Pendleton.. | 

5-Christopher b. 11SEP1755 m TacyCFrlnk) Babcock. . 

5-Augustus b.27](AR1761 m Thankful Saunders.. i 

7-Cynthia b. 4FEB1763. . 8-Charlotte b. 10MAY1764 m Paul Babcock.. ,, 

8-Charlotte b. 10KAY1764 ml ? Maxson w2 Thankful Babcock. . j 

2nd. HSG: 10-Eliz. b. 8AUG1769 m Amos Rogers.. j 

ll-Mary(Mercy) b.3AUG1771 m Jonathan Kenyon. . 
12-Oliver Chase b.30SEP1773 ml Abigail Vest 4 Lydia Saunders.. 
13-Demaris b.26JUL1776 m John Babcock.. :. 

14-Uancy b.4SEP1778 m John Kenyon ; 

15-Fanny b.4SEP1778 m Dennis Hall.. 
William #696-3-l-Wm. E. b. 80CT1751. . 2-Deacon Henry b. 7JA51753 ml Eliz. Crandall :i 
m2 Mary Greenman. . 3-Ruhamah b. 26MAY1756 d. Single.. 'i 

4-Rhoda b.27JUL1753 m Labbeus Ross.. ,i 

5-Arnald b.24aCT1760 m Dinah Gavitt. . 6-Rebecca b. 1I1AY1763 m Sml. Taylor'; 
7-Barney b. 110CT1765 m Hannah Davis.. ,i 

8-Stennett b. 1II0V1769 m Katy Greenman.. m 

9-Joel b. 19JAI1771 m Ruth Peckham. . 
Simeon #696-4-l-Amy b. 240CT1745 m lathan Lamphere Jr. 

2-Caleb b. 7APR1747 ml Patience Potter 4 Ruth Welch. . 3-Zil pah b.cl750.. 
4-Deborah b.cl753 ml ? Potter m2 Clark Crandall.. 
5-Jesse b. 1755 m Zilpah Potter. . 6-Isaac b.cl757 m Sally Welch.. 
7-Asa b.30SEP1759 ml Phebe Taylor & Sarah Tufft. . 

8-Sinieon b.25SEP1760 m Katherine Welch. . 9-Anna b. 1763 m S. Sheffield.. 
Joshua #696-5-l-Beriah b. 5JUL1752. . 2-Sarah b.21APR1754 m Silas Austin.. 

3-Tacy(Lucy) b.21tAY1756 m G. Hakes. . 4- Luke b.29MY1758 d. 20APR1759. . 
5-Rev. Eldredge b.5KAR1760 ml Mary Crandall n2 Susan Harvey.. 
5-Capt. Joshua b. 16APR1762 m Mary Thompson.. 
2nd. MEG: 7-Peter b. 1AUG1763 m Ifancy Bliven. . 8-Joseph b. 1AUG1765 ml Molly Green 
m2 Annie Taylor. . 9~Betsey b. 1MAR1768 d. 26irOV1779. , 
10-Clement b.7MAY1770 m Susan Davis.. 

11-William 4MAR1775-29SEP1786 m Susan Davis. . i 

12-Martin Luther b.28MAR1776 m Hannah ? .. 
13-Nathan b.26JUL1779 m Charlotte ? .. 
Ann #696-6-l-Villiam b. 13SEP1753. .2-Uancy b.20OCT1755. , 
Rhodes 3-Joseph b. 10SEP1758 m Uancy Ann Chamberlain. . 4-Sarah b.7JU¥1761.. 
5-James b. 20AUG1764 m 3 times. . 6-Christopher b. 12A(JG1764. . 
7-Anne b. 9MAY1755. . 3-Paul b. 20SEP1767. . 
Benjamin #696-7-l-Anna b.25JUIfl760 m Jos. Pendleton. . 2-Luke b. 15AUG1761 m Martha Maxson 
2-Amelia b. 4FEB1763 m Zaccheus Maxson. . 4-Rowland b.25APR1764 d. young. . < 
5-Benj . b. 5DEC1765 ml Esther Meech & m2 Martha Maxson. . 
6-Sarah b.2JAI1767 m Joel Burdlck. . 7-Barbara b. 1769. . 
8-Rowland b.25JUI1769 m Susannah Kenyan,. 
9-Prudence b. 10JUL1771 ml790RI Daniel Maxson. . 

^DURCFS f, f1!<;r IHFH ' (RVSD 39HflYn87) IGI Inhn r.nrt.lanri Cranriall 



HU.SBATfD'S FULL TTAME : Crandall, John 



#698- A 



aiEia 



C1682 ELACE 



ELACE 



JAIfl767 ELAC£ 



MSEC: 

DHATH : 

RIIT^TAL: PLACE 

OTHER RESIDENCES: 

nr-CUPATIOTTS : 

MTLTTARY RECQEJi: 

OTHER SPOUSES : 2)cl730; 

HTS FATHER: Crandall 



Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
Hopkinton, Washington County, Rhode Island 



Hannah 



Joseph 



RELIflTnTT: 

3) 28JtJiri738; Eliz. Lewis d/o James & Sarah Babcock 
#1392 HQTHES; Burdlc]i. Deborali #1393 



WTEE'.S ETHJ. TTAWE: ?, Mary 
ELSIE: ELACE: 
DEAIE: ELACE: 
BIffilAL: ELACE: 
OTHER RESTDEyCES: 
QCCUPATIQHS : 
HER FATHER: 



#699 



RELIGIGH : 
TtOTHER: 



iIiILI)EESZ*SEQIISE. 



DATE; 



JELACE; 



1 John 



*1) Crandall, Mary 
* d/o Eber & Mary 
»;!)W1d HaTfPS Hall 



BIRTH : C1705 

HAEEIi: 1) 19FOV1730 

CEAIE : 250CT1795 

.SIIEIAL. 



Hopkinton, Washington County, Rhode Island 
Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
Hopkinton, Washington County, Rhode Island 



2 Deborah 



* Clark, Joseph 

» 

» 



aiEIBL 

MSSH 

DEATH. 

_BIIEIAL 



25APR1729?Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 



3 Mary 



* Langworthy, Samuel 

* Spp #1394-2 



BIEIE 
HABED. 
DEATH 
HTTRTAL 



18AUG1736 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 



Tacy 



4. 

* Davis, Thos. Wm. 

» 17191IJ-1791WV 

* 



RTRTH 

MSSH 

DEATE 

.EIIEIAL 



Hopkinton, Washington County, Rhode Island 
28DHC1737 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
01JTJlI1795?White Day Creek, Monongalia Co. , West Virginia 



5 Elizabeth 



*349 BIEIE 



» Crandall, Joseph #348 MARRD 
» DEAIE 

* RTTRTAL: 



cl721?Hopkinton, Washington County, Rhode Island 
13DEC1738 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
pl772 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 



CHTLDREB BY SKCmm WARRTAGE: 



6 Levi 

* ? , Anne 

* 

* 



BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BVEIAL 



7 AbHah 



(Tms) 



* Yeomans, Sarah 

* 

» d/nCapt.Kdw. A Tnkful 



BIEIE 

MEEH 

DEAIE 

_BIIEIAL 



8 Elijah (TWI5) 
* Auchmuty, Mary 

» 



BIEIE 
MEEH 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



9 Benajati 



cl730 Hopkinton, Washington County, Rhode Island 



17SEP1734 Hopkinton, Washington County, Rhode Island 
29AUG1754 Stonington, lew London County, Connecticut 
17SEP1787 Bristol, Hartford County, Connecticut 



17SEP1734 Hopkinton, Washington County, Rhode Island 
28MAR1758 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 



♦1) Slack, Eliz. 
♦2) ? , Thankful 

* 



BIEIE 

MARRD : 1 
P-gATH : 
B^n?IAL: 



C1735 

)18MAR1754 

1809 



Hopkinton, Washington County, Rhode Island 
Hopkinton, Washington County, Rhode Island 





. . Crandall . John. . . . 






. (Continued) 


#6Qa-R 


10 


Martha 


aiEiE 


18DEC1736 


Hopkinton, Vashington County, 


Rhode Island 




Crandall, Jos. #348 


KARKD 


17SEP1772 


Westerly, Vashington County, 


Rhode Island 






nFATH 


+ 1792 










BURIAL 








11 


Hannah 


BIRTH 


C1737 


Hopkinton, Vashington County, 


Rhode Island 




Rogers, Eld. 5athan 


MEED 


17SEP1757 








1718CT-1794CT? 


DEAIH. 






1 






BURIAL 









CHILDRETf BY THIRD VTFE: 



izjiayiiL 



♦ DShernan, Sarah 
*2)Coon, Jemima 



aiEia : 24DEC1740 
MEEIi:l)19FEB1761 
MARRD :2)14JUTri764 
DEAIE •• 24FEB1819 
Rin^TAL: 



Hopkinton, Vashington County, Rhode Island 
Hopkinton, Vashington County, Rhode Island 
Hopkinton, Vashington County, Rhode Island 
Vestford, Chittenden County, Vermont 



13 Steptien 

* Auchmuty, 



Isabel 



d/Q Charles 



BIRTH : 21DEC1742 Hopkinton, Vashington County, Rhode Island 
MARRD : 16DEC1762?Vesterly, Vashington County, Rhode Island 
DEATH : 
.BUEIALi — 



CHTLDREIT OF: 

John ^eQS-l-l-Eber b.cl731SI d. 1763RI ml 1753 Bliz. Crandall (d/o Eber 4 Hary).. 

2-Jathan b.cl732RI d. 1784 ml 753 Bathsheba Pierce. . 3- John. . 

4-Annie m2APR1772RI Peleg Lewis. . 5-Ashabell d. Tolland CT R/Var VET.. 

6-Samuel b. 1739RI d. Dorset VT. . 
Deborah #698-2-l-Mary b. JUL1729. . 2- Joseph b. 301CAR1737. . 

Clark 3-Elisha b.25FEB1742. . 
Mary #698-2-l-Mary b. 11XAY1739. . 2-Elizabeth b.311(AT1741 ml768 BenJ . Kenyon 
Lan gworthy 3-Rachel b.8JU11743 ml771 Timothy Larkln. . 

4-Samuel b.27]I0V1745 ml771 Kercy Saunders.. 
Tacy #698-4-l-John d. young. . 2-Iathan b. 19MAY1740 ml7615J Anna Gifford. . 
Davis 3-Elizabeth ml764 BphralM Kajcson. . 

4-John b. 11JU1I1754 m Marvel Maxson. . 

5-Villiam b.21XAE1758 d.6JAiri845W ml785 Elizabeth Johnson. . 6- Henry. 

7-Martha b. 15AUG1760 d. 2JAJI1854 ml785 Thomas Babcock. . 

8-Mary m Rev, Jacob Lavis. . 
Levi #698-6-l-Levi b.cl750 ml771 Margaret Burdick. .2- ? .. 

3-Hosea b.cl755. .4-Martha b.cl757 ml779 Thos. Burdick.. 

5- ? . . 
Abijah #698-7-l-Moses b. 12CICT1755. . 2-Uriah b.? Lt/Col Hopkinton RI Militia 1778-92 

3-Slbbel b.9JU]n759. .4-Amariah b.3APR1752 m Prudence Avery.. 
Elijah #698-8-l-John b. 1755 m Phelina Clark. . 2-Paul b. 1757 m Molly Bill.. 

3-Oliver b.29JUL1759 m Patience 5ichols. . 4-Martha (Patty) m ?llli 

5-Mary(Polly) m Eldredge Crandall. . 6-Ruth b. 30JAJfl771 m Vm. M. Pettis 

7-Elizabeth m Henry Crandall. . 8-Anstress m BenJ. Palalter. . 

9-Hannah b. 11AUG1778 m Ezra Cleveland.. 
Benajah #698-9-l-Peleg b. 1755 ml Eleanor Lewis m2 Lucy Bromley.. 

2-Benedict b. 1759. . 3-Carey b.5APR1761 ml Mary Slocum m2 Betty Vilcox. 

3-Ann b. 1761. . 4-James b. 1763. . 
Hannah #698-ll-l-Judith b.3SEP1758 m Tincthy Lester.. 
Sogers. 2-Jonathan b. 10IOV1760 ml Humility Green, m2 Jemima Clark.. 

3-Phineas b.5MAR1764 m Rebecca Bee be. . 

4-Jesse b. 16JA51767 m Hannah Bliven 

5-Ethan b. 5DEC1768 m Sarah Trunan. . 

6-Bethany b.26FEB1772 m Theodore Bliven.. 



Crandall ■ John (Continued) #698-C 

David #698-12-l-Sarah Ann b.8KAB1762 ml Stephen Gavltt iii2 Joseph Crandall (g/s Eber?) 
2nd Wife: 2-Elias b. 17FEB1765 m Mary<Polly) Coon.. 

3-David b. 12DEC1766RI ml Esther Burdick m2 Sarah Crumb. . 
4-Jemima b. 26JAiri770RI m Ebenezer Burdick. . 5-Zebbius b. 225071774 d. yng 
6-Zelek(Telek/Zelah) b. 3JUL1776EI m Rachel Austin.. 
7-John b. 16MAY1778 m Edith (Edy) Austin.. 
8-Anna b. 7APR1779RI m John Coon. . 

9-Mercy b. 19MAR1780RI d. PA ml796VT Samuel Burdick. . 
lO-Uancy b. 17JA]I1783RI m Gardner Austin. . 
Stephen #698-13-l-San. . 2-Jemiaa b. 1783 m Henry Burdick.. 
3-Elizabeth b. 8TfA7177 7 m Vllbur Burdick. . . 

. . (698-8) Elijah served in the American Revolutionary War. He was also known as Ahijah 

twin of Abijah. 

.. (698-10) Martha was the second wife of Joseph Crandal 1 ( #348 ) . 

. . (698-11) HnnTinh was the second wife of ITathan Rogers. 

mm^ % HISC INFfl ' (RVSD ?7HflY1987\ John Cortland Crandall - LDStiai7923, Ifil, 



HUSBATO'S FULL MKE : Seaton. James 



#76»-A 



aisiii 



1690 PLACE 



MSm- ELA££ 

DEAIH: 20SEP1744 ELACE 
EMIAL: ELA££ 



St. Paul's Parish, Stafford County, Virginia 
St. Paul's Parish, Stafford County, Virginia 



RELIGION: Anglican 



QIHEE. RESIDENCES : 

OCCUPATIONS : Plantation Owner 

MILITARY SECQEIl: 

OTHER SPOUSES : 2) Clements, Grace; 11MAR1730/1 ® St. Paul's Parish 

HIS FATHER: HDIEERi 



WIFE'S FT^^L gAKE: 
aiEIH: 

DEAIH: 12DEC1730 ELACE 
ElffilAL: ELACE 
OTHER RESIDENCES : 
OCCUPATIONS : 
HER FATHER: 



? , Frances 

ELACE: 



#761 



St. Paul's Parish, Stafford County, Virginia? 



SELIfilOa: 
MOTHER: 



JL 



CHILDREN/ ESPOUSE 



DATE: 



_ELACEi. 



* 



BIEIH. 
DEAIE 



290CT1717 St. Paul's Parish, Stafford County, Virginia 
31JAN1735/6 St. Paul's Parish, Stafford County, Virginia 



2 Frances 



* Ford, Walter 

* (Varriner?) 



aiRia 

HAEEa 
DEATH 

.SIIEIAl 



1719/23 St. Paul's Parish, Stafford County, Virginia 
24JUL1740 St. Paul's Parish, Stafford County, Virginia 



3 Isaac 
* 

» 



aiEia 

DEAia 
_EIIEIAL 



C1721 St. 

10DEC1725 St. 

St, 



Paul's Parish, Stafford County, Virginia 
Paul's Parish, Stafford County, Virginia 
Paul's Parish, Stafford C ounty, Virginia 



4 James 



#38(9 



EiEia 

*1) ? , Frances MESH 
»2)Kennfir,Elizabeth#381 DEAIE 
♦ ElffilAL 



1723 St. Paul's Parish, Stafford County, Virginia 

cl782 Carmicheals, Greene County, Pennsylvania 
prob. Seaton Cemetery, Ca rmicheals. PA 



5 Georg e 
* 



aiEia 

nEAIE. 
B^rRTAL: 



26N0V1726 St. 
21FEB1736 St. 



Paul's Parish, Stafford County, Virginia 
Paul's Parish, Stafford County, Virginia 



CHILDREN BY SECOND VIFE: GRACE CELEMENTS : ****************************************** 



ejLaiuL. 



* Murray, Alice 
» 17??-1830W 



ElEIE 

MESH. 

DEAIH. 

.SIIEIAL 



16JUL1736 St. Paul's Parish, Stafford County, Virginia 

210CT1768 St. Paul's Parish, Stafford County, Virginia 

1803 
See p. 380 for John vrtth same wife 



7 Georg e 



» Watson, Elizabeth 
# 



HAEED. 

DEAIE 

.EHEIAL 



02SEP1738 St. Paul's Parish, Stafford County, Virginia 
1791 



8 Jane 



♦ Flennigan, James 

* 1721VA-1794PA 



aiEia 

MEEH 

DEATH 

.EHBIAL 



17APR1741 St. Paul's Parish, Stafford County, Virginia 
1767 
1797 prob. Greene County, Pennsylvania 



9 William 



» Kenner, Mary Ann 
* 1742-1799 
» See #762-5 



EiEia 

MBSR 
DEAIE 
BURIAL; 



04OCT1743 St. Paul's Parish, Stafford County, Virginia 
1764 
1782 



..St. Paul's Parish records also mention the marriage of an Elizabeth Seaton to John 
Lowry on 23APR1726. 

..Grace Clements was the daughter of David & Isabelle Clements. Before marriage to James 
Seaton Sr. , she had been widowed by Nicholas Dounton. 



Seaton, James (Continued) #76«-B 



CHILDREN OF : 

Jane r760-8-l-Villiam. . 2-jQhn b. 1774PA m Mary McClelland. 
Flennigan 3-James Jr. . . 4-Patrlck. . 5-David d. young. . 



.. (76«) Janes Sr.s ancestors seem to be of Scottish origins who probably came to Virginia, 
after fighting on the wrong side with the Stuarts against the English. One thought as to i 
the name is that the Seaton' s lived in a town by the sea or possibly owned lands 
including a town by the sea. In fact there are towns in ITorthern & Southern Scotland 
bearing the name 'Seatown'. Other Scottish variations of the name include; Seton, 
Sefton, Seyton, etc. 

There may also be a lorman connection with the marriage of Alexandre de Seton (a 
descendant of a family living in Sai, ITormandy in the 11th Century & descendant of Sir 
Christopher of Seton-captured at the Battle of Methven in 1306 by the English 4 taken to 
London for execution) to a sister of Robert Bruce (King Robert I of Scotland). 

Our line could be descended from any of the Seaton families that populated the 
Southeast Scottish border counties or neighboring English border counties. 

According to Hotten' s ship arrival records, John Seaton, age 19, was the first to 
arrive in Virginia from London on the ship 'Globe', 6AUG1635. This John could have been 
the son of Sir David Seaton of Pribroath. 

A likely descendant of John seaton was George seaton who in 1662 patented 6,000 acres 
of land on the Potomac River in what is now Stafford County, Virginia but was then 
Westmoreland County. In the 1673 will of Hugh Uevelle of Gloucester County, George 
Seaton is named executor but was deceased by OCT1680 when the will was probated. Thus 
George is perhaps the grandfather to James Seaton Sr. A likely candidate for (Jeorge's 
son 4 James's father is the Bayly Seaton of Gloucester County mentioned in a 1744 deed. 



snuRCgS k HISC INFO ' (RVSO 91FEB1986), Nelson, Leckey, Bruce Seaton, Horn Papers, 

..St, Paul's Parish, Stafford County, Virginia becaie part of King Seorge County in 1777, 



I 
I 



miSBATO'g FULL ^AME: Kenner, Howson 



#762 



RTHTH 



1712 
1732 



ELACE 



1778 ELA££ 



DHATH 

ElffilAL 

QISER RESIDEIfCES: 

nCCUPATIQHS : 

MILITARY RHCORD : 

HIS FATHER: Kenner 



ELACE 



ELA££ 



Northumberland County, Virginia 

Stafford County, Virginia 

Facquier County, Virginia 

Private Cemetery near Somerville, Virginia 

RELIGIQW : ?Anglican 



Francis 



#1524 MnTHER: Howson. Hannah 



#1525 



VTFE'S FULL MWE : Eskridge, Margaret 



#763 



Westmoreland County, Virginia 
Facquier County, Virginia 



mSIK: 1712 ELAC£: 

DEAIH: 1801 ELAi:E: 
MRIAL: ELACE: 

OTHER RESIDEICES : Managed plantation after Howson' s death & is listed by DAE for 

patriotic service during Revolutionary War-one of the few women so recognized. 
OCCUPATIONS : RELIGION: 
HER FATHER: Eskridge. George #1526 MOTHER: Bonum. Rebecca #1527 



CHILDREN/ -tSPQUSE 



DATE: 



PLACE: 



1 Bstty 



#381 



* Seaton, James #380 
♦ 



HAEEE. 

DEAIH. 

.EHEIAL 



1723/33 Facquier County, Virginia 
1750 

1787 Cumberland Twp. , Greene County, Pennsylvania 
Probably Seaton Cemetery. Cumberl and Twp. . PA 



Francis 



Howard, Elizabeth 



aiEIH. 

MAEEIi 

DEAIH. 

.BUEIAL 



1734 
1784 



Geqrgs Tubsryille 
? , Martha 



EIEIE 

MEEH 

DEAIH. 

.BlIEIAL 



1736 Facquier County, Virginia 



Re^?gcca 



Clifton, Burdette 



BIRTH 
MAEEH 
DEAIH. 
BURIAL 



1738 Facquier County, Virginia 
1759 
plSOO 



Mary Ann 



Seaton, William 
^Brother to #380 



aiEia 

HAEEH 
HEATH 
BURIAL 



1742 
1764 



Har g aret (PsggyP 

Prichard, Rev. Stephen 
1745-1819 



aiEIE 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



1748 
1806 



Rodham (Rev. ) 



Kenner, Judith 
g/dau #1524-2 



BIRTH 
HAEEH 
DEATH 

.BIIEIAL 



1778 Facquier County, Virginia 
1793 



Kate (Catherine) 
Markham, James 
(Privateer Capt. 
Am. Rev. War) 



BIRTH 

HAEED. 

DEATH 

.^BUEIAL 



1748 



Susannah 



Morgan, Spencer 



BIRTH 
MESH 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



140CT1780 Facquier County, Virginia 



{ 



. Kenner , Howson . 



(Continued) r762 ii 



CHILDREN QF : 

Francis #762-2- l-Rodham. . 

George #762-3-l-Rodiiain. . 

Mary Ann #762-5-l-Sainuel . . 



Kate #762-8- l-Mary Ann. . 

Markham 



..Howson Kenner dt Francis Kenner were listed as vestsrymen of Dettingen Parish, Prince 
Villiam County, Virginia in 1749. 

..Upon death of Francis, his father, Howson Kenner chose John Cralle as his guardian in 
June 1728. 



snuRCgS ,', mc. tnfO ' (RVSD 1IFEB1986), VA Nag, of History V.II, p,202 1901-02, iilliai i Hary Quarterly V,U, p. 173, 161, 
Nelson 4 Nelson, 



^1 



HUSB.ATO'S FULL ?rA?fE: Darrow, Sgt. George 



ARRVD COTniECTICUT 1674 



#1344-A 



BT5TH 



MEEfi 



DEAIH 



C1652 PLACE 



C1678 ELA££ 



C1704 

niHHR RESTDETTCiiS : 
nCCIJPATIQTfS : 
WTLITARY S££QE£: 



HTS FATHER: 



ELACE 
ELA££ 



Scotland? 

Connecticut? 

New London, ITew London County, Connecticut 

New London, New London County, Connecticut 



Sgt. English Army 



RELTCrimT: 



MOTHER: 



VTFE'S FULL NA?fE: ? , Mary 
UnZ: 1572 EU££ 

liEAIii: C1698 ELAC£ 

SERIAL: PLACE 

OTHER RESIDENCES : 



#1345 



New London, New London County, Connecticut 



OCCUPATIONS : Housekeeper 

OTHER SPOUSES : 1) Sharswood, George d. 1674 

HER FATHER: 



RELIGION: 
MOTHER: 



CHILDRFN/tSPOUSE 



DATE; 



PLACE; 



1 Christopher 
♦ Packer, Eliz. 

» 



»672 



#673 



BAPT2 
KAKRD 
D£Am 
BURIAL 



01DEC1678 New London, New London County, Connecticut 
27JUN1701 New London, New London County, Connecticut 
cl757 



2 Mary 

* 
* 



(TVII7 



EAPT2 
MARRD 

DEAISL 
BUKIAL 



01DEC1673 New London, New London County, Connecticut 



3 George Jr. 



EAEI2. 

* Marshall, Elizabeth MARRD 

* ElEAIH. 
♦ EIISIiL 



17OCT1680 New London, New London County, Connecticut 
10AUG1702 New London, New London County, Connecticut 



4 Ri chard 



* Shepard, Sara 

* 1635-1774CT 
« 



aiEiE 

MSBJl 
DEAIiL 
BURIAL 



MAY1682 New London, New London County, Connecticut 
07AUG1710 East Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut 
1775 East Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut? 



5 Nicholas BAPTZ 

* Beebe, Millicent MSSH 

* DEAia 
» d/n Thn.q . & Millice nt BURIAL 



20MAY1683 New London, New London County, Connecticut 
05MAY1725 



6 Jaag 
» 



SAZIZ. 
MARRD 

EEAIIL 
BURIAL 



17APR1692 New London, New London County, Connecticut 



..'Darrow' is a corruption of the Scottish ' Darragh' & was often spelled 'Darro', 

' Darrah' , etc. 

. . (1344) Sgt. George Darrow, cl664, arrived in Connecticut aboard a British Man of War 

from Cuba. In 1663, a Christopher Darrow(a father or brother) had been granted land by 

King George II in Connecticut. 

. . (1344-4) Richard settled on Darrow Island in the middle of the Connecticut River. 

.. (1344-5) Nicholas's g/sons, Jos. a George, moved to Stow, Ohio in 1806. Son George, 

b. 1747 Norwalk CT, moved to New Lebanon, NY 3t was involved with the Shakers. George 3i 

Eunice's son, David, moved (21806 to V. Eaton, Madison Co. NY. 



Darrow. Sgt. George. . . 



(Continued) »1344. 



. . CHILDREN OF : 

Richard #1344-4-l-Richard(Lieut. ) b. 30AUG1711CT m Hannah Parrish i Marg. Dawson.. 
2-John b. 13JAI1712CT d. 17DEC1713CT. . 
3-John b.240CT1716CT m Ann Curtis & Eliz. ? .. 
4-Ebene2er? b.cl718CT m Lydia Bradly i Sarah ? .. 
5-Sarah b. cl721. . 6-JIary b. cl723 East Haven CT. . 
Nicholas #1344-5-l-ffathaniel b. 1695? m Rachel Villey 1740CT. . 

-1-George b. 3SEPT1747CT d. 19FOV18110H m Eunice Meacham 1769111.. 
-2-Joseph. . 3-Isaac. . 4-David. . 5-Jonathan bpt. 1741. . 
2-iricholas ml731 Mary Griff ing. . 3-?Daniel. . 

. . Na-chaniel is named as a son of Jficholas in a speech by Mary E. Smith at the Madison 
Lake, N.Y. Darrow-Enos Family Reunion in 1902. Janis Miller in 1960 felt that JTathaniel 
was a son of Christopher #672. 

Mary Smith also felt that George Darrow Sr. was born in Tyledesley parish of Leigh, 
Lancanshire or Lancaster, England. She also said that 'Darrow' came from the Irish 'Dar' 
for tree S ' Ragh-rah-row-sough-rell' for Oak 4 thus 'oaktree'. The Irish dirivatives also: 
are used by some to indicate that there was a Persian influence on the Irish because 
'Dar' is also a Persian word for 'tree'. 

SOUiJC?'; !, ni^r t.jcn . (RVSD 30l1flY1987), Janis filler, Elsie «, Pollack, lei, Nary Stiith, Hualsen LDS»9639S2, 






miSBATO'S FULL NAXE : Packer, John 



#1346 



ilSIH 



MESH 
DEATH 



PLACE 
ELACE 



ELA££ 



1656/57 
24JUII1678 

1701 ELA££ 
BUl^IAL : 

OTHER RESIDENCES : 
OCCUPATIONS : 
MILITARY EECOm: 
OTHER SPOUSES : 2) 



Hew London, 
?New London, 



Hew London County, Connecticut 
Hew London County, Connecticut 



RELIGIOTT : 



HIS FATHER: 



Miller, 
Packer. John 



Sarah 



#2692 MOTHER: Fr-iend . Eli^abfith #2693 



WIFE'S FULL lAWE : Latham, 
ElEIH: C1658 ELA££ 
DEAIE: ELA££ 
EMIAL: PLACE 

OTHER RESIDEICES: 

OCCUPATIOIS : 

HER FATHER: Latham. 



LydiaCMary Thomas) 

Hew London, Hew London County, Connecticut 



#1347 



Cary 



RELIGIOH : 

#2594 MOTHER: Masters, 



Elizabeth #2695 



CHILDREH/4SPQUSE 



DATE; 



PLACE: 



1 Elizabeth 

* Darrow, Christopher 



*BZ3_ 



* 

* 

* 
* 
» 

3 

* 

« 



EiEia 

MSEH 
#672 DEAia 
BURIAL 



C1669/70 Hew London, Hew London County, Connecticut 
27JUH1701 Hew London, Hew London County, Connecticut 
08FEB1758 Hew London, Hew London County, Connecticut 



EISI2. 
MERE. 
DEAia 



10JAH1681 Hew London, Hew London County, Connecticut 



BIRTH 

MESH 

DEAIIL 

.WRIAL 



SOURCES 4 disc INFO; (RVSO 2iSEP1987), Janis lliller, Savage 



miSBATO-S FULL MKE : Palmer, Joseph 



BTPTH 



MA5RD 
DEATH 



03OCT1663 
1250V1687 
31JAI1710 



ELA££ 



PLACE 



ELACE 



Stonington, 

Stonington, 

Stonington, 
BURIAL: ELA££ 
QIIiE£ 5ESTDETfCl?S : 
OCCUPATIONS : 

MILITARY S£iQEIl: Lieutenant Connecticut Militia 
HIS FATHER: PaTmer. ffehemlah #2696 



Hew London County, Connecticut 
Hew London County, Connecticut 
Few London County, Connecticut 



#1348-A 



ELACE 



PLACE 



WIFE'S FULL VAME : Prentice, Frances 
BIRTH: 
DEATH: 
EIIEIAL: 

OTHER RESIDEICES : 
QCCUPATIOTTS : 
HER FATHER: Prentice. Thonias 



RELIGIQTT : Congregational 
MOTHER: Stanton. Hannah 



#2^97 



#1349 



PLACE 



Newton, Massachusetts 



_i2£2fi_ 



RELTrrimT: Congregational 
MOTHER: Jackson. Rebecca 



*2699 



CHILDREN/ *SPOUSE 




DATE: 


PLACE: 








1 Son 


BIRTH 

DEATH, 
RURTAL 


08JUL1688 
1688 


Stonington, 
Stonington, 


New London County, 
New London County, 


Connecticut 
Connecticut 




2 Son 


BIRTH 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


12SEP1689 
1689 


Stonington, 
Stonington, 


New London County, 
New London County, 


Connecticut 
Connecticut 




3 jQsepli 

♦ Palner, Mary 


#674 BIRTH 
#675 MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


14NOV1690 
02APR1711 
12JUN1789 


Stonington, 
Stonington, 
Voluntown, 


New London County, 
New London County, 
New London County, 


Connecticut 
Connecticut 
Connecticut 




4 Daughter 


BIRTH 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


23SEP1692 


Stonington, 
d. young 


New London County, 


Connecticut 




5 Hannah 

♦ Palmer, George 

* #1350-5 


BIRTH 
ItARRD 
DEATH, 
BURIAL 


31MAY1695 
24MAR1711 


Stonington, 
Stonington, 


New London County, 
New London County, 


Connecticut 
Connecticut 




6 Ben i ami n 

♦ DPalmer, Rebecca 

* #1350-10 
♦2)Ynrk. Villiam 


BIRTH 
PIARED 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


18MAR1696 
C1716 


Stonington, 
Stonington, 


New London County, 
New London County, 


Connecticut 
Connecticut 




7 Sarah 


BIRTH 
MARRD 

DEATH 
BURIAL 


28APR1698 


Stonington, 


New London County, 


Connecticut 




8 Jonathan 


BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


02MAY1702/3 Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 





Palmer, Jfehemiah (Cont. ) 



CHTLDRETf OF : 

Benjamin #1348-6- l-Gershom b. 13FEB1717 ml737 Mehitable Badger.. 

2-Ann b. 5FEB172e). . 3-IIathan b.27N0V1723 ml745 Grace Palmer. 

4-John b. 14FEB1725 d. 1755 ml748 Abigail Boynton. . 



mm?, \ HTSC INPfl ' (RVSD I2SEP1987), ISI, NacKenzie, Doris Palier Buys, 



HTJSBATO'S FULL ^TAFR : Palmer, (Deacon) Gershom 



BIRTH 



UBm 



DEAIH 



1644/5 PLACE 



#1350- A 



281T0V1667 ELAC£ 



1719 ELA££ 



Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts 
Stonington, JTew London County, Connecticut 
Stonington, lew London County, Connecticut 
EUliAL: ELACE: 
QIHEE. RESIDENCES : 

QCCVPATIQIfS : Farmer RELIGimT : Congregational 

MILITASY RECORD: Lieutenant; King Phillip's Var<1675-75) against the Wampanoags 
HIS FATHER: Palmer, Valter #2700 & #Pi3Q::; mother: STinrt. Rebecca #27aT 



WIFE'S FULL lATfE : Denison, Ann 



ElSIfl: 20HAY1649 ELA££ 
DEAIH: 17irOV1706 ELACE 
EIIEUL: ELACE 
OTHER RESIDETTCES : 



#1351 



Roxbury, Massachusetts 

Stonington, Jew London County, Connecticut 

Vaquetequok Cemetery, Stonington, Connecticut 



QCCUPATIOTfS : Housekeeper 
HER FATHER: Denisnn. George 



CHILDREN/ *SPOUSE 



DATE; 



RELIGTOTT: Congregational 
#2702 MOTHER: Hnrnd ell. Ami 



#2703 



PLACE; 



Kercy 



Breed, John 

162MA-1706CT 
s/o Alan A Mary 



Gershom 



1. 

* 

2. 

♦ 

* 

3 Ichabod 

♦ Palmer, Hannah 
♦ 

* #2696-3 



HAEED. 
DEAia 
BURIAL 



Fenner, Sarah 

-pl733 
d/Q John & Sarah 



BAEI2. 

MEEH 

DEAIE 

.ESEIAL 



08SEP1670 Stonington, Hew London County, Connecticut 
11APS1689 

1752 Stonington, Jew London County, Connecticut 

Vaquetequok Ce metery. Stonington. Connecticut 



02SEP1677 Stonington, lew London Co. , Connecticut 
cl698 Saybrook, Middlesex County, Connecticut 
C1733 Killingsworth (Clinton), Middlesex Co. , Ct. 

:ional Cemetery. Clinton. Connecticut 



Congregatj 



EAEIZ. 

MAEED. 

DEAIE 

_EIIEIAL 



02SEP1677 Stonington, ITew London Co. , Connecticut 

1698 Stonington, Hew London Co. , Connecticut 

10APS1752 Stonington, ITew London Co. , Connecticut 



4 Vjlliaa BIEIE 

* Miner, Grace MAR5D 
» 1683- DEAIE. 

* d/g Ephraim Jt Hannah EIIEIAL 



cl676 Stonington, ITew London County, Connecticut 
10JA11701/2 

Stonington, Uew London Co. , Connecticut 



5 Georgg 

» Palmer, Hannah 
* 

* #1348-5 



BIRTH 
MEEH 
DEAIE 
BURIAL 



cl678 Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 
24MAR1711 Stonington, Uew London County, Connecticut 
28MAT1728 



6_AniL. 



* Hewitt, Benjamin 
» 1684CT- 

* s/Q Thomas 3t Hannah 



aiEiE 

HAEED. 

DEAIE 

_BIIEIAL 



cl681 Stonington, ITew London County, Connecticut 
03MAR1707 Stonington, Uew London Co. , Connecticut 
?Stonington, New London Co. , Connecticut 



7 Valter 



♦ Vase, Grace 
* 

* d/oEdward & V^itstill 



aiEia 

MEEH 

DEAIE 

.EHEIAL 



cl684 Stonington, lew London County, Connecticut 
07AUG1712 

11FEB1726/7 Stonington, Uew London Co. , Connecticut 
Vaquetequok Cemetery. Stonington. Connecticut 



8_£iiM. 

* 



ElEIE 
DEAIE 
BURIAL 



cl6S7 Stonington, Uew London County, Connecticut 
d. young 



9 Hary 



#675 



* Palmer, Joseph #674 
♦ 



aiEiE 

MEEH 

DEAIE 

.EIIEIAL 



cl689 Stonington, Uew London County, Connecticut 
02APR1711 Stonington, Uew London County, Connecticut 
13JAU1777 Voluntown, Vindham County, Connecticut 



10 Rebecca 



♦ Palmer, Benjamin 
♦ #1348-6 



EIEIE 
MSSD. 
DFATH 

.EIIEIAL 



cl692 Stonington, Uew London County, Connecticut 
C1716 
22MAR1726 Coventry, Tolland County, Connecticut 






Palmer, Gershom. 



(Cont. ) 



#1350-B 



CHILDREN QF : 
Mercy #1350 
Breed 



Gershom#1350 

Ichabod#1350 
Villiam#1350 

Walter #1350 

George #1350 

Rebecca#1350 



1-1-Hercy bpt.lMA51691 d. young. . 2-Anna bpt. 20IOV1692 d. young. . 

3-Anna b. 8H0V1693 ml714 Israel Hewitt.. 

4-Mary b/8JAIfl697 ml721 Daniel Brown. . 

5-Jolin b. 26JA51700 inl725 Mary Prentice.. 
2-1-Gershain b.cl701 d. 14JU11710CT ml733 Hannah Wilcox.. 

2-Jolin bcl705 ml729 Mary Vard. . 3-Anna b.cl705 d. 1734 Single.. 
3-1-See #2696-3. . 
4-1-Grace bpt.27JUI1703 d. 1728 inl721 David Fisli. . 

2-Villiam bpt. 10MAR1705 d. 17S1CT ml728 Abigail Vyatt. . 
7-1-Grace b. cl714. . 2-Valter bpt. 31AUG1718 ml736 Mercy Hinckley. 

3-Villiam d. 1801 Chenango Co. NY f/o Vose. . 
5-1-Christopher. .2-Zebulon. . 

3- Joseph. . 4-George. . 

5-Gershom. . 
-10-l-5ee #1348-6.. 



. . (1350) Gershon at the age of 31 was named a lieutenant of a company of militia from 
Stonington which marched against the Indians. When the war was over, 13 towns with 600 
homes had been destroyed and over 750 English men, women, 4 children had been killed. 
For the Indians, hundreds were massacred 4 the remainder sold into slavery. For his 
service, Gershom received land from both Massachusetts St Connecticut. He was also a 
Deacon in the First Congregational Church (The Road Church) at Stonington having been so 
named on 9DEC1697. 

On 5JUN1684, Gershom received from his brothers, Uehemiah, Moses, & Benjamin 500 acres 
of land in Stonington as part of their father's estate. By 1697, Gershom owned almost 
2,000 acres in Stonington & Killingworth CT 4 Rehoboth MA. 
. . (1350-5) (Jeorge's widow, Hannah, remarried a William York. 



SOURCES Ji HISC INFO ' (RVSO 12SEP1987), yheeler's 'History of Stonington CT", Doris Pal»er Buys, 



HUSBAND'S FULL MME: Benjamin, Joseph 



#1352- A 



BIRTH 



16SEP1533 PLACE 



C1665 ELACE 



APS1704 PLACE 



ELA££ 



levftovme (Cambridge) , Middlesex County, Massachusetts 
?Yarmouth, Massachusetts 
Preston, lew London County, Connecticut 



WRIAL 

QIHEE. REST DEUCES : Dorchester & Northampton MA? 

nrr.TTPATTOirS: Farmer RELIGin? : 

OTHER SPOUSES : 1) Jemima Lambert (Lumbert/Lumbard) d/o Thomas mlOJUII1661 @ Boston 

MTLTTARY ^EQQEH. 

HIS FATHEB; Beniaaia. Jalin #2704 moth er : Eddy. Abigail #2705 



SECOm) WIFE'S FULL NAME : 
EIEIS: 01AUG1639 ELACE 
DEATH : >1716 ELAC£ 

BURIAL: ELAC£: 

OTHEP RESIDENCES: 

OCCUPATIONS : 

HER FATHE R: Clarke. Lt 



Clarke, Sarah 
Yarmouth, Massachusetts 
?New London, New London County, 



#1353 



Connecticut 



^ilUnv, 



* 2706 



RELTGing: 

MOTHER: Lumbert. Sarah 



#2707 



CHILDREgz-tSPQUSE 



DATE: 



PLACE; 



.Aizigail. 



Single 



BIEIH. 
DEATH 

BURIAL 



23MAB1662 Charlestown, Massachusetts 

>1704 ?Prestan, Uew London, Connecticut 



Jemima 



Gates, Stephen 
1665MA-1732CT 
s/o Step hen h Sarah 



aiRIH. 

LI71G 
BURIAL: 



FEB1666 Barnstable, Massachusetts 
0850V1686 Stow, Massacusetts 
1704 



♦ CHILDREN B Y SECniTO VTEE: 



Sarah 



Knowlton, Thomas 



BIRTH 

MREIl 

DEAia 

.BURIAL 



♦♦♦♦*♦*♦♦♦»*♦***♦»»**»♦**«♦«*»♦**♦♦*■»«****♦♦♦*♦«***♦♦*♦♦ 

cl667 Yarmouth, Massachusetts 
31JOV1708 



Hannah 



Gates, Simeon 

1666MA-1752MA 
s/Q Step hen h Sarah 



BIRTH 
MARRD 

DEATH. 
_EI21IAL 



FEB1668 Yarmouth, Massachusetts 
04MAY1688 Stow, Massachusetts 



Mary(Marah) 



Clark, John 
1645MA-1705MA 



BIRTH 

MARRD 

DEATH 

_EMIAL 



APS1670 Yarmouth, Massachusetts 
16AUG1695 Barnstable, Massachusetts 
1723 Ipswich, Massachusetts 



Joseph 



#676 



Coak, Elizabeth #677 



BIRTH 
HARSH 
DEATH 

_EII£1AL 



1673 Yarmouth, Massachusetts 
25AUG1698 Preston, New London County, Connecticut 
ITTSnZQ Preston, New London County, Connecticut 



Mercy (Marsy) 



Gates, Isaac 
1673MA-1748MA 

s/o Stephen h Sarah 



aiRIE 
MREH 
DEAIE 
BVRIAL 



12MAE1674 Yarmouth, Massachusetts 
02JUL1696 Concord, Massachusetts 
>1716 ?Staw, Massachusetts 



Elizabeth 



?Huntley, John 
1677MA-1749CT 
s/o Aar on & Mary 



BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH. 
BHRTAL 



14JAN1680 
C1699 
pl704 



Yarmouth, Massachusetts 



PLyme, Connecticut 



John 



Larabee, Febe 

1680CT- 
d/oGreenfipId 



& Alice 



BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



1682 
07AUG1705 
02AUG1716 



Preston, New London County, Connecticut 
Preston, New London County, Connecticut 



Kgzla 



aiRTii 

LIVNG 

BURIAL; 



1704 



Maybe a nickname for Mary above or Sarah 



Bpniaain. Tn!=pph. . . . 



fCnntinued) . . 



fl352-B; 



Jeadnia #1352- 



Hannah #1352 



)Cary #1352 
Mercy #1352 



2-l-Tlian]5:ful b. 1687MA ml710CT Lt. Daniel ¥oodward. . 

2-Stephen G. b.cl6891tA ml Hannah Voodward in2 Kercy Luck., 
3-Mercy ml Thomas Foster m2 ? Souther. . 4-Sarah b. 1690CT m Benj 
5-Isaac b. 1701 d. 1788CT ml Deborah Partridge m2 Sarah ? 

m3 Charity Lathrop. . 5-Jemima b. 1698 ml723CT Samuel Clark.. 
7-Eliz. b. 1704 m Jonathan Dowlng. . 8-Susannah b. 1706 d. young. . 
-4-1-Simeon. .2-Joseph ml728 Prudence Hamlin.. 
3-Benjamln ml727 Bethulia Rice. . 4-Elisha. . 
5- Israel. .6- Amos b. 1719 m Eliz. Laws.. 

7-Hannah b. 1688 m Oliver Heald. . 8-Eliz. ml722 Thos. ¥heeler. . 
9-Mary ml720 Joseph Haynes. . 10-Susanna d. 1748CAir m John Fitch. 
■1-John b. 1650V1697M m Mary(Sarah) Tobey. . 

-7-1-Jacob b. 1598 d.22AUG1769 ml Eliz. Hapgood m2 Sarah ? .. 
2-Isaac m ? French. .3-Jonathan b.cl706 d. 17721(A. . 



Clark 



Eliz. #1352 
Huntley 



4-Stephen m Betty ? . . 5-Phineas. . 

6-Hannah b. 1714 ml733 Simon Davis. . 7-Dau. b. 1716 d. young. . 
8-1-John b. 190CT1699MA m Lydia Robbins. . 2-Eliz. 1701/2XA d. young. . 
3-Mary b. 20JUU17031tA ml732 Jos. Algiur. . 

4-Peter b. 24J[AS1705]tA d.pl783 ml Mary Ransom in2 Sarah Robbins.. 
5-Joseph b.27JA51707MA d. 13Jimi758MA ml Huth Villiams m2 Eunice Welch. 
6-Lucy b.l5DEC1711 d. young. . 

7-Samuel b. 23DEC1711MA d. pl770 ml736 Ruth Huntley. . 8-Lucy b. 1716MA. . 
9-Sarah b. 17JUiri718MA ml761 Timothy lather Jr. ..10-Eliz. 1721-1737.. 
John #1352-9-l-Phebe b.4JUL1706 ml725CT lathaniel Tyler.. 

2-Jemima(Jerusha) b. 1708- d. pl729 ml724 John Utter.. 
3-Mercy b. 18AUG1709CT ml732CT ¥m. Wedge. . 

4-Eliz. (Elipalet) b. 13MAR1711CT d. 1797CT ml731CT John Back.. 
5-John b.310CT1714CT d. 7MAY1791CT ml740 Margaret Jameson.. 
6-Jabez b. JUL1716CT d. pl763CT ml737 Rhoda Smith. . 



. . (1352) Joseph's first marriage to Jemima Lambert may have been a run-away marriage. In 
1668 he inherited from William Clarke of Yarmouth property worth £8.3.0. Prior to moving 
to Yarmouth cl668, he had been a watchman in Charlestown MA cl665 h had lived in 
Barnstable. In 1696, he bought 100 acres of land in Preston, CT for £13.12.0 from John 
Stanton SR. The land was described as 'upland, fresh meadow, 4 swampland' 4 was located 
in the Northern part of the old town of Preston CT, bordering on the Pachaug River, near 
the little town of Pachaug. He deeded this land in 1703 to sons, John & Joseph, for 
' love h affection' . An inventory of his estate by Jonathan Tracy, Samuel Lenerson, S 
Thomas Stanton on 27APR1704 was presented on 05JU]I1704 at Norwich & included: 



Two cows 
Other bed 
Iron pot 
Pewter 
Chlothes 
Spade 
Old cask 



.£05.00.00 
£00. 12.00 
£00. 12.00 
£00.02.00 
£00. 14.00 
£00.02.00 
£00.02.00 



Five swine 
Blankitt 
Little pot 
Sizzers 
Yoke irons 
Wooden ware 



,£01.10.00 Old bed ..£00.04.00 
,£00.08.00 One sheet ..£00.04.00 
,£00.05.00 Pr. poot hucks£00. 01. 00 
.£00.02.00 Scythe & ring £00.01.00 
,£00.03.00 Iron & bottle £00.02.00 
Two old books £00.04.00 
2 chairs/ chsts£00. 04. 00 



£00.04.00 
2 old wheles £00.05.00 
.. (1352-2) Jemima's husband, Stephen Gates, ran a grist mill near HopevilleCGriswold CT) 
on the Vest 4 South side of the Patchuag River. His estate was valued at £534. 
.. (1352-5) Mary's husband, John Clark, was a schoolteacher in 1701 at Yarmouth, MA. 
.. (1352-9) John had a grandson by son, John, named Rozel (Roswell) b. 1755CT. The 
inventory of his estate in 1715 was valued at £271.04,07. His widow remarried Peter 
Randall. 



SOURCES ^ ilISC INFO' (RVSD 01NQV1987), Savage's Senealogical Dictionary, (lackenzie, Bicha & Broi»n, CT Probate Records 



HUSBATO'S FULL ITAMF : CQak(Caoke), Richard 



SXEIH 



#1354- A 



MARRD 
DEATH 



ELACE 
EU££ 



\yi6 PLACE 



BURIAL : EU££: 

OTHER RESIDENCES : Uorwlch CT 

QccuPATimrs : 

MILITARY EECQfiH: 

HIS FATHER: Cooke. ?nbsd 



?Prestan, New London County, Connecticut 



#270^ 



RELTGimT: 
MOTHER: 



ELAC£ 



VIFE'S FULL NAME : 

CEAIE: 

EUEJIL: ELAC£ 

OTHER RESIDENCES : 

OCCUPATIONS : 

HEB FATHER: 



?Larrabee, Grace 
ELAC£: 



#1355 



RELiaiON: 
MOTHER: 



CHILDREN/ *SPQUSE 






DATE: PLACE: 




1 Obed 






BIRTH 
MRRD, 
DEATH, 
BURIAL 


FEB1668 Norvd-ch, New London County, Connecticut 


2. Elizabeth 
* Benjnnin, 


Joseph 


#§77 
#676 


BIRTH 
HARRD 
DEATH 
BTOTAL 


• 25ADG1698 Preston, lew London County, Connecticut 




3 Richard 






BIRTH 

lARRD 

DEATH 

_EnElAL: 














4 Sarah 






BIRTH 

DEATH 
_MR1AL 


201'liB17®7/8 ?Preston, Sew London County, Connecticut 
1711AY1724 




» Andrus, John 
» s/o John 






5 Lydia 






BTRTH 

HARRD 

DEATH 

_EIIELAL. 


27APR1679 Preston, lew London County, Connecticut 


















BIRTH 

KARRD 

DEATH 

^BIEEIAL. 




















BIRTH 

HAKED 

DEATH 

.BQSIAL. 















.. CHILDRKTr OF : 
Richard #1354 
Sarah #1354 

. . (1354) Richard 

Norwich CT that 1 
Preston of Joseph 



-?-?-Obed b.01FEB1681 lorwich CT. . 

-?-?-John b. 18APB1710. .Sarah b. 9JAS1712/3 iil733 Saauel PaliKr(s/o Thos. ) 

had received as a grant from Connecticut Lot#1680 in that part of 
ater became part of Preston. Also a Richard in 1693 bought land in 
Kine & Caleb FobesOk. 3, p. 202) , 



SOlJRCr^ f. MTSr T>irn ' (RVSO 26SEP1987), Virkus V.VI p,69, ISI, CT Vital Records LOS 15389, 
,,I5I lists an Elizabeth b,29JUN1679 Stonington CT to Richard Cook 4 6race Larrabee,, 



mTSBATO'S FULL MWE : Denison, Capt. Villiam 



#1358- A 



RTRTH 



WARRD 
DEATH 



07APR1677 ELAC£ 



1698 PLACE 



30JAF1730 PLACE 



ELA££ 



SIIEIAL: 

nTHEP EESTDE?rCES : Griswold CT 

OCCUPATIONS : 

MILITARY EEOmi: 

HT5 FATHER: Denison. John 



Stonington, Uew London County, Connecticut 
North Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 



RELIglQl?: Congregational 
1^2716 XOTHER: L^y. PhehP 



#2717 



#1359 



WIFE'S FULL NAME : Avery, Mary 

EI£ia: 14NOV1680 ELAC£: ?Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 
DEAIE: 1762 PLACE : 
EIIEIAL: ELACE: 
OTHER RESIDENCES: 

OTHER SPOUSES : 2) Daniel Palmer (#2696-4) m 12JAN1732 

QCCTPATIONS: RELTGION : 

HER FATHER; Avery, Jotia #2718 MOTHER: ChPSPborough. Abigail #2719 



CHILDREN/ tSPOUSE 



DATE: 



J£LM^ 



1 Wary 

» 

* 



DEAia 
BURIAL 



1699 
1699 



2 Mary (T¥T¥) 
* Herrici, Edward 
* 
* 



BIRTH 
WARRD 
EEAIE 

.^BnaiAL 



06JUL1700 Preston/Griswold, New London Co. , Connecticut 

10NOV1725 Preston/Griswold, New London Co. , Connecticut 

1735 Preston/Griswold, New London Co. , Connecticut 



3_Hieljfi 11X11} lfiZ2_ aiEIH 

* Guile, Benjamin #678 MA RED 

* DMIH 
♦ miEIALl. 



06JUL1700 Preston/Griswold, New London Co. , Connecticut 
01JUL1719 Preston/Griswold, New London Co. , Connecticut 



4^Aim aiSIH. 

* Denison, John MARRD 
t 1701- DEATH 

* s/o Edw ard & Mercy BURIAL 



1703 
09NOV1720 
15SEP1721 



Preston/Griswold, New London Co. , Connecticut 



5 Vllllaa 



tl) Burrows, Hannah 
*2) Tyler, Hannah 
» 



ElEIE 
MfiEn:l) 
DEAIE 
RTTRTAL 



1705 
30JAN1732 
29JAN1760 



6 Abigail 



* Billings, Roger 



EIEIH. 

MSSH 
DEATH 

BURIAL 



1708 
31JUL1729 



Preston/Griswold, New London Co. , Connecticut 



7 Lucy 

* Swan Jr. 

« 



John 



aiEia. 

MREIl 
DEAIiL 

RURTAL 



1710 



8 Avery 



» Williams, Thankful 
♦ -1767CT 



BlfilE 
MESH 
DEAIE 
BVRIAL 



1712 
31JAN1734 
03APR1775 



North Stonington, New London Co. , Connecticut 



9 Tbankfiil 



* Billings, Joseph 



BIRTH 
ItARRP 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



1714 Preston, New London County, Connecticut 



10 DesIrP 



♦ Stanton III, John 
* 



MEEH 
DEAia 

BURTAL: 



1716 
08APR1735 
14DEC1767 



Preston, New London County, Connecticut 
Preston/Griswold, New London Co. , Connecticut 



T)faTii <=nTi Vi 1 1 


iam. 




(Continued) 


#1358-B 








11 Christopher 
* Tyler, Abigail 
♦ 




. SiKTH 

DaATii 
BURIAL 


1719 Preston, New London County, 


Connecticut 


12 Tnhn 

♦ Viieeler, Martha 

» 
* 




. BTRTH 

DEATH 
BURIAL 


23FEB1722 Preston, New London County, 
250CT1787 


Connecticut 



CHTLDRE¥ OF : 

Villiam #1358-5-1 
3 
2nd. Vlfe 



■Villiam b.31DEC1733 d. young. . 2-Josepli b. 24FEB1735. . 
-Hannah b. 1DEC1736 m Dr. Charles Phelps. . 
4-Nathan b. 1739 d. young. . 5-Daniel b. 20JUL1740. . 

5-Amy b. 22MS1742 m Tbos. Swan. . 7-Ann b. 12SEP1744 m George Palaer. . 
8-Esther b.23APR1746 m John James. . 9-Sarah b. 7FEB1748 m John V. Geer 
10-John b.5I0V1749. . 11-Elijah b.6N0V1751 m Jtary Geer (No children).. 
Avery #1358-8-l-Elisha b. 3N0V1734. . 2-Nathan b. 12AUG1736 d. young. . 

3-Villiam b. 22MAER1733. . 4-Desire b.5JUN1739 m Thos. Xinor. . 
5-Molly b.8N0V1741 Jesse Denison. . 6-Prudence b.30CT1743 m Joseph loyee 
7-Mercy b.7N0V1745 m Edward Eells. . 8-ThanJrf ul b. 1747 m Alex. Stewart 
9-Zerviah b. 13JUL1751 d. single. . 10-Rebecca b. 24I1AR1754 d. single.. 
11-Avery b. 10APR1756 ml778CT Prudence Brown. . 



I 



. . (1358) John lived at Stonington as well as North Stonington 

Griswold (Preston) also contain references to his children . 

. . (1358-4) Ann drowned in a well. Her husband remarried Mary Noyes. 



Church records in 



vHiiRC-S i ?1ISC IN^ ' (RVSO 13NQV1987), 'Jheeier p, 334-360, Preston CT Records LDSI 38S628 4 5386, Leon Carver, 



miFIBAUD'S FULL UAME : Eaton, John 



#1360-A 



aisiH 



06JAU1640 ELA££ 

ELAC£ 

280CT1695 PLACE 



(1636?) Vatertown, Hassachusetts 

Probably Dedham, Uorfolk County, Hassachusetts 



WARPD 

DEAIE 

EUEIAL.- PLACE 

OTHER RE5IDEUCES : 

OCCUPATIQUS: RELIGTnU : 

WTT.TTARY RECjaSD: King Philip's Var under Lt. ¥n. Hasey cl675 

HIS FATHER: Eaton. John #2720 WOTHER: 



VTEE'S FULL UAME: ? , Alice 
aiEIE: PLACE 

DEAia: 091(AY1694 ELACE 

OTHER RES I DEUCES : 

OCCUPATTOUS : 

HER FATHER: 



Abigail 



#272 1 



#1361 



prob. Dedham, Massachusetts 



SELKlLQI: 
MOTHER: 



CHILDREU/ ESPOUSE 



DATE: 



PLACE: 



1 John 


BIRTH 


15JUL1665 


Dedham, Uorfolk County, 
Died young 4 name given 


Massachusetts 


♦ DEATH 

♦ BURIAL 


to second John. 


2 John 


BIRTH 


17SEP1671 
230CT1694 


Dedham, 


Uorfolk 


County, 


Massachusetts 


» Whiting, Ann 


WRW 
DEATH 
BURIAL 




3 Thorns #66» BIRTH 


23MAY1675 
05OCT1697 
17AUG1748 


(JULY?) Dedham, 
Dedham, Uorfolk 
Connecticut 


Uorfolk 
County, 


County, Massachusetts 
Massachusetts 


* Gay, Lydla #681 MARRD 
» DEATH 

♦ BURIAL 


4 William 


BIRTH 


11AUG1677 
03APR1718 


Dedham, 


Uorfolk 


County, 


Massachusetts 


» Starr, Mary 


MASBD. 
DEATH 
BURIAL 




5 Judith 


_ aifilK 


17SEP1679 
26APR1680 


Dedham, 
Dedham, 


Uorfolk 
Uorfolk 


County, 
County, 


Massachusetts 


* DEATH, 
» BURIAL 


Massachusetts 


6 Judith 


BIRTH 


17MAY1680 


Dedham, 


Uorfolk 


County, 


Massachusetts 


♦ MAHED, 

* DEATH 
» BURIAL 




7 Jonathan 


BIRTH 


03SEP1681 
25JUU1748 


Dedham, Uorfolk County, 
Killingly, Windham Coun 


Massachusetts 


♦ Starr, Lydia 


MSSD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


ty, Connecticut 


8 David 


BIRTH 


08MAR1683 
23MAY1688 


Dedham, 
Dedham, 


Uorfolk 
Uorfolk 


County, 
County, 


Massachusetts 


♦ DEATH, 
» BURIAL 


Massachusetts 


9 Ebenezer 


BIETH 


03MAY1687 
23MAY1688 


Dedham, 
Dedham, 


Uorfolk 
Uorfolk 


County, 
County, 


Massachusetts 


» DEATH 
» BURIAL 


Massachusetts 



, David & Ebenezer may have died in same accident or epidemic! 



Eaton, Jolin. 



(Continued) #136»-B ' 



John #1360-2-l-John b.FEB1695. . 



. . (1360) John Sr. was "distracted", for wife, Aiica, had to sue in court to have her 
appointed guardian over her husband's affairs as her petition to the General Court in 
Boston indicates: 

"That whereas he ys Jn for many years past has been bereaved of ye right use of his 
reason some times more sober as to quietly to walk ye streets, but always utterly void ofl" 
common prudence needful to ye managaing of an estate, as ye know him can declare and as 
the imprudent disposal of a considerable part o his estate doth 4 may sufficiently 
evidence. And whereas ys his condition (whc has been for a space of near 20 years) he 
has att several tiems(being inveigled & persuaded by such as very well knew his 
incapacity of manageing such affairs) disposed S conveyed & givin assurance in other i 
words, without the knowledge of his freinds. Si we, he himselfe is utterly ignorant, both ' 
as to persons to whom, time when & consideration for wch, he gave i made such sd deeds 
and conveyances. " ' 

"Whence yor humble petitioner her complaint arrises yt his family and posterity are 
oppressed, i greatly injured, by being held unjustly out of yr propper rights." 

"And whereas ye sd Jno is now 4 continues as Incapable of prudent managaing his 
business as forierly i therefore as probable further to squander 4 waste his remaining 
estate; Do. .. petition. .. that such cours may be taken as yt yor Humble petitioner 4 ; 
indigent family, may have redress of grievances..." j 

. . . 07MAY1684 Signed: 'Alice Eaton" ' \ 

..The court appointed committees to investigate, and Alice filed a second petition, but i 

there is no evidence that she recovered the lands given away by her husband. \ 

. . John Jr . died a few months after marriage with his son born four months after his j 

death. i 

.. (1360-4) Villiaa inherited land containing 'the Great Rack. .. enjoying the extensive ■• 

view of the Charles River meadows of Raxbury & Jewtan Hills across from Boston". \ 

SOURCES ii niSC INFO; (RVSD i2DEC1987), N.E, Senealogical 6uide, Cation's 'Senealogical Suide for Connecticut', Nolyneaux, 



mrSBAID'S FULL UAME : Gay, Uathaniel 



SIEIH 



11JAH643 ELAC£ 



ELAC£ 



20FEB1712 ELACE 



Dedham, Uorfollr County, Massachusetts 
Watertovra/Medfield, Uorfolk County, Massachusetts 



#1362-A 



DEAIH 

ElffilAL: ELACE: 

QIIiEE. RESIPEICES: Freeman at Vatertown MA; 23MAY1677 

QCCUPATIQgS : Selectman; 1704 RELIGION : 

ttlUIAfil SECQBJi: 

H I S FATHEK; Gay . John »2724 mothhr: ? . Jn;,nn^ 



WIFE'S FULL MWE : Starr, Lydia 
EISIH: 1652 PLACE ; 
DEAI2: 06AUG1744 ELACE: 

BUSIAL: ELA££: 
OTHER RESTDEWCES: 

QCCgPATIOHS: 

HER FATHER: Starr. JnhTi 
CHILDREN/ -tSPQUSE 



#2725 



#1363 



Medfield, Norfolk County, Massachusetts 



DATE: 



RELTGinTT: 
#2726 MOTHER: Bunksr . Martha 



#2727 



.ZLACEl. 



Benjamin 



DEAIH. 
BURIAL 



«3MAY1675 Dedham, Uorfolk County, Massachusetts 
01AUG1675 Dedham, Iforfolk County, Massachusetts 



Ifathaaigl 



DEAia 
.jnEIAL 



17APR1676 Dedham, Uorfolk County, Massachusetts 
01MAY1676 Dedham, Uorfolk County, Massachusetts 



Mary 



Fond, Jabez 



aiEia 

HAEEH 
DEATH 

.ElffilAL 



30MAS1677 Dedham, Uorfolk County, Massachusetts 
11JAI1699 Massachusetts 



gathanlel 



Fisher, Marjaret 
1690-1773 



BIBIH. 

MARRD 

DEATH 

_EIIEIAL 



02AP51682 
16MAB1709 
2511AY1750 



Dedham, Iforfolk County, Massachusetts 



Ijdla^ 



#681 



Eaton, ThoTaas #689 



aiEia 

MSSH 

DEAIH. 

.MRIAL 



12AUG1679 Dedham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts 
05OCT1697 Dedham, Horfolk County, Massachusetts 
1748 Ashford, Windham County, Connecticut 



Lusher 



Ellis, Mary 

1690-1780 
■d/o Joseph St Mary 



EIEia 
MSSD. 
DEAItt 



20SEP1685 
30APR1690 
180CT1789 



Dedham, fforfolk County, Massachusetts 



Joanna 



Wilson, Ephraim 



aisia 

MESH. 

DEAIH. 

.SlIEIAL 



03SEP1688 Dedham, Sorfolk County, Massachusetts 
19DEC1706 



Benjamin 



Fisher, Hannah 
1700-1771 



ELSIS. 

MSSD. 

QEAIH. 

_SnEIAL 



20APS1691 

03DEC1718 

1761 



Dedham, Iforfolk County, Massachusetts 



Abigail 



aiEiE 

MEED. 

CEAia 

.BIIEIAL. 



15FEB1694 Dedham, Iforfolk County, Massachusetts 



Ebenezer 



Bradford, Jerusha 

1699-1783 
d/g Saausl ^ Hannali 



aiSIH. 

MEED. 

DEAia 

.^IffilALi 



15AUG1696 Dedham, Iforfolk County, Massachusetts 

031IOV1719 

18MAR1787 Hingham, Massachusetts 



Gay, Nathaniel (Continued) #1362-B 



. . (1362) Jathaniel was left a tract of land near Medf ield ItA by father. His will was 
dated 16FEB1712. In it he appointed his wife, Lydia, executrix along with sons, 
Jathaniel 4 Lusher, as executors. In it he says: 

"Whereas I have been att considerable expense bringing up ny son Ebenezere Say fitt for, and in placeing hit 
a Harvard College in Cambridge, where he now remains, I do appoint that ye charge of his further continuing 
there until the takeing of his first degree shall be payd and discharged out of ny estate which shall be 
reckoned and accounted unto him as his full share of my estate," 

His estate was valued in the inventory at £227.19.06. 

His descendants were Massachusett' s State Senators, lawyers, and Eben Howard Gay b. 1858 
founded the Investment House of E. H. Gay & Gay. 

. . (1362-10) Ebenezer graduated from Harvard College in 1714 and after his ordination on 
11JU31713, served until death as sole pastor of the First Parish Church in Hingham, MA. 
Ebenezer' s son, Martin, was a British Loyalist during the Revolutionary Var and fled with 

British to Nova Scotia. 

^. 

tPljRCg? 1, mSC INFO ' (RVSD 15AUSiq97), Hackgnrig p ?19-?li 



i 

D 
« 

# 

» 
B 

i 
I 

4 



mJSBAITD'S FULL MKE : Stone, John 



#1376- A 



aifiiH 



MESH. 
LIYIG 



1675 PLACE : Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 
ELA££: 

C1758 ELA££: Cranston, Providence County, Rhode Island 

PLACE: Old Stone Cem. , Elmwood/Cranston, Providence County, R. I 



MRIAL: 

QIHE£ RESIDEgCES: 

QCCUPATIQJTS : Farmer, wheelright, chairmaker 

KILIIASX SEIQEIi: 

OTHER STQPSES: 1) Barnes, Hannah (see #1400-9) b.21DEC1689 - Mother of #'s 1-3 

HIS FATHER: Stone. Hugli #2752 mqthfr: RnsRcot. AMg^n 



RELTGTOff: Baptist? 



SECQgli VIFE'S FULL UAME : Foster, Abigail (Mother of # 4-13) 
BIRTH : PLACE : 

DEATH: 1759 ELACE: Cranston, Providence County, Rhode Island? 
SUEIAL: ELAC£: 
OTHER RESIDENCES : 

OCCUPATIDHS: Housekeeper RELIGinTT : Baptist? 
HER FATHER; « MOTHER: 



#2753 



#1377 



CHILDREN/ -tSPOUSE 



DATE: 



.ELACEl_ 



1 John 



* Olney, Hannah 
» 



HAEEE. 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



1705 Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 

1757 Cranston, Providence County?, Rhode Island 



2 Georg e 



* Clarke, Rest 

* ????-1805RI 

♦ 



ElEIE 

HARSH 

DEAia 

.BMIAL 



1709 Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 
C1734 Scituate?, Providence County, Rhode Island 
cl797 Burrillville, Providence County, Rhode Island 



3 WmiaTH 



* Westcott, Eleanor 
» 1711BI-pl779RI 
* d/o Jeremiah 



aifilH. 
HARSH 
DEATH 

.EHEIAL 



1711 Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 
21FEB1784/5 Coventry, Kent County, Rhode Island 



4 Anns 



* Colgrove, William 

* 

* 



BIRTH 

HASED. 

DEATH. 

.JHEIAL 



1716 Providence, Providence County?, Rhode Island 



5 Abigail 



* Hammond, Amos 

* 
t 



BIRTH 

MARRP 

DEATH. 

JfflSLAL 



1718 Providence, Providence County?, Rhode Island 



6 Jonathan 



#688 



* Westcott, Hannah #689 

» 



BIRTH 

DEAII 
JSSSUl 



1720 Provldeiice? , Providence County, Rhode Island 
AUG/SEP177© Johnston, Providence County, Rhode Island 



TJOlss. 



* Fiske, Daniel 

» 

» 



BIRTH 
WART?n 

DEAItt 

J3QSIAL. 



1723 Providence?, Providence County, Rhode Island 



8 BPTilaTin 



♦ Strait, Mary 

* d/o John 

* 



BIBIH 
DEAia 



1725 Providence?, Providence County, Rhode Island 
261IAT1763 «an#lck, Kent (kjunty, Rhode Island 
DEC1798 Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 



9 Joseph 



* Kent, Anne 

* 



BIRTH 

DEATH 
.EHSIAl 



1727 
cl755 
cl807 



Cranston?, Providence County, Rhode Island 
Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island 



19_Ljdla^ 



* Spencer, Wilson 



HIEIE 
lASSH 
BTOIAL; 



173® Cranston?, Providence (kjunty, Rhode Island 



.stone, John. 



<Cont. > #1376-B 



11 Prudencs 



♦ Vaughan, Robert 

# 






1732 Cranston?, Providence County, Rhode Island 



12 Hannah 

* 

« 

» 



BIRTH 
MEEH 
DEAIH. 
BURIAL 



Cranston?, Providence County, Rhode Island 



13_Eul]L. 
* 

♦ 

* 



BIRTH 
MBSD. 
DEAIH. 
_EMIALi 



Cranston?, Providence County, Rhode Island 



. .CHILDREir OF: 

John #1376-l-l-01iver b. 1738 m Phebe Brown Ivd Foster RI. . 

2-Caleb b. 1739 drovmed early in life. . 

3-John b. 1741 d.Killingly CT m Phebe Green.. 

4-Olney b. 1743 m Phebe Arnold (d/o Simeon) moved to UY. . 

5-Rhada b. 1744 m ? Hammond. . 6-Zilpha b. 1746 m ? Goodrich.. 

7-Ezekiel b. 1745 drowned at age of two years old. . 

8-Phebe b. 1748 m John Gorton. .9-Anne b. 1749. . 
George #1376-2-l-Ezra b.31MAEir36 d. 20APR1816RI m Freelove Howland(d. 1805RI) . . 

2-Rest b. 19DEC1737. . 3-?Hannah b. 10KAR1739. . 

4- John Stone b. 1740. . 

5-Jane b. 1743 ml763 James Field. . 

6-Gearge Stone b. 1748 Ivg NY State (Newport, Herkimer Co. ?).. 
William #1376-3-l-Villiam b. 1733 d.cl819RI ml753 Lydia Vestcott Ivd Coventry Ctr. RI.. 

2-Jeremiah b. 1735 d. 1815 Coventry RI ml764 Dlanah Knight m2 Esther Fry 

3-James d.cl815 Scituate RI ml752 Mary Pitcher? m2 Esther Fry?.. 

4-Freelove b. 1736 ml755 Bphraim Vestcott Ivd Potterville RI.. 

5-Jabez b. 1740 d.7JAiri820 Coventry RI ml759 Sarah Taylor 
m2 Vaitstill Green. . 
Joseph #1376-9-l-Abigail b. 190CT1753RI d. 14DEC1836]irY ml771 Nathan Salisbury 

(10 children) Ivd Cortland Co. NY d. Homer, Onondaga Co., NY.. 

. , (1376) John Sr. on 28JUN1725, bought 127 acres, Sc, of Tristam Derby for £125. On 
8MR1738, he deeded to son Jonathan, for love, 4C, 50 acres of upland and meadow west 
side of Pauchassett River (Cranston) , a little eastwardly of my dwelling house. 

John Sr.'s will was proved 20SEP1759 4 he named his wife Abigail executrix. He left 
his wife all his indoor movables. To son Joseph he left all his outdoor movables, viz: 
all my cattle, horses, sheep, hogs, fowls, carts, ploughs, &c, and to him all wearing 
apparel. To the rest of the children, 5§, each, viz: to Hannah, George, John, William, 
Jonathan, Ruth, Benjamin, Abigail, Lydia, Anne and Prudence. These had received some 
estate before. To granddaughter Abigail Fisk, £50, at eighteen or marriage. 
According to Richard Stone(p. 127) "John Stone was an active 4 industrious man, possessing 
by gift & purchase, a large Real Estate. He was a man of genial temperment, mirthful 4 
sportive, even to the close of life, 4 left a large family in good circumstances...". 

He may have died at home of son, William, 4 was burried in the family burying plot. 
Richard Stone reported that sometime before 1867, the Trustees of the Old Stone Burial 
Ground (a few miles S. W. of Elmwood on Pontiac Rd. near Cranston) removed the bones of 
John 4 his two wives, Hannah Barnes 4 Abigail Faster, to that place. They were buried 
from five and a half to six feet deep, on a small ridge of land near a branch of the 
Pochasset river in a bluish, sandy clay. Although he had been buried 107 years, Hannah 
154 years, 4 Abigail 106 years, the skeletons were in an entire state of preservation 
with Hannah's hair still braided & wound in a coil as 'sound 4 perfect as the day she bad 
been laid down to sleep' in the early 1700' s. 



, stone, John (Cont. ) #1376-C 



. . (1376-1) John Jr. was involved in several land transactions in Varwick RI beginning in 
1741 thru 1752 & possibly later. He was a land 4 mill owner. He died in an accidental 
shooting while hunting ducks on the Pawtuxet River with another hunter. He raised his 
head from the canoe as his partner fired & was shot in the head & killed. 
.. (1376-2) (leorge died at son, Ezra's, home in 5.V. corner of RI bounded by MA 4 CT. 
. . (1376-3) Vllliaa was buying land in Varwick from 1745 thru 1758 from brothers, Benj . 3r 
John as well as Joseph Rhodes & James Carder. He sold land in Varwick from 1747 thru 

1778 to John Stone, Henry Randall, Jeremiah Villiams, & Vm. Aldrich. In 1763 at Johnston 
RI, Villlam served as co-executor with Thomas Vestcott of Samuel Vestcott's estate. In 

1779 he sold the family farm(with old Stone Cemetery) in Cranston to Dr. Vm. Aldrich 4 
moved with son to Coventry. He was known as 'Captain Villiam Stone' & died cl785 at 
Coventry of a long & tedious illness. 

. . (1376-8) Benjaaln made a strong presence in Varwick first purchasing land there in 1745 
from John Dexter St in 1749 from Jonathan Stone. He had lived near a sheet of water known 
as 'Ben's pond'. In the early 1780' s, his brother , Joseph, appealed to the town 
officials of Varwick to appoint a guardian over Benjamin because he had become 
incompetent which they agreed to. On 14SEP1789, the town officials, citing an 
improvement in his condition, restored Benjamin to Freeman status 4 removed the guardian. 
His will was proved 30DEC1798 & his wife Mary mentioned as well as Hannah Stone, d/o of 
Josiah<#344), who was to get 30 Spanish Dollars 4 half the furniture after wife Mary's 
death. Jo children were mentioned although the Town allowed monies for a coffin for 
•Benjamin Bethwick Stone's' child on 10JU11799. John Salisbury was to act as 
Administrator 4 Jonathan Villiams, Joseph Remington, 4 Randall Carder were witnesses. In 
the 1799 final settlement a Patience Stone was paid £14, John Stone £1 4 a Peter Stone 
owed the estate £118.55 4 Josiah Stone £14.60. 

. . (1376-9) Joseph was responsible for having James Carder appointed guardian over 
brother, Benjamin, in the 1780' s because he feared his brother was incompetent to handle 
his estate. Joseph 4 Anne were buying 4 selling land in Varwick from 1752 thru 1795, 
although residents of Providence. Joseph was called 'Deacon Joe' 4 had served as a 
Deacon in the local Baptist Church. He established a 'new Stone Cemetery' on his 
property. 



(RVSO 1511flR1987), Austin's "One Hundred And Sixty Allied Faiilies', ISI, RI Land Records, Uarwick RI To»n 

Records L0S#92S444 i 924439, Darlene Stone, Richard C, Stone, Cranston RI Records LDS# 931598 p,ie9-l«3, 



1 

I 



HUSBATO'S FULL NAME : Vestcott, Benjamin 



#1378-A 



BIEIH 



04JUL1684 ELA££ 



MESH- C1703 PLACE 

CEAIH: 1766 ELACE 
EIIEIAL: ELA££. 
QIHEE. RESIDENCES: 
QCCUPATTQHS : 

midlML SE£DEI^- 

HIS FATHEP: Vestcntt. Jergmlah 



Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 
Cranston, Providence County, Rhode Island 



»2756 



KQTHER; England. Eleanor 



#2757 



VTFE'S FULL UAm : Gardiner, Bethia 



#1379 



aiEIH: 1687 ELAC£ 
DEAIH: 02FEB1750 ELACE 
ElffiUL: ELACE 
OTHER RESIDENCES : 



ffarragansett, Washington County, Rhode Island 
Cranston, Providence County, Rhode Island 



OCCUPATIONS: 


George 


#2758 


EELiaiQI: 
MOTHER: ?, 


Bethia 




HER FATHER: Gardiner. 


#2759 


CHILDRE]5/*SP0USE 


DATE: 


PLACE; 









1 Bethia 



* Vestcott, Stukely 

♦ see #2755-4-2 

♦ 



SIEIH. 

DEAIH. 
BURIAL 



1705?Cranston, Providence County, Rhode Island 

15APR1725?Cranston, Providence County, Rhode Island 

+1753?Cranston, Providence County, Rhode Island 



2 
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3 

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4 
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5 
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6 
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7 
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Dorcas 



Congdon, James 
1686-1757 
s/g BenjajBia 



aiRIH. 
MEEH 

DEATH 

JBIIEIAL 



1739 Cranston, Providence County, Rhode Island 



BgnJaaia 



Unknovra 



aiEIH. 
MBSH 
DEAia 
BURIAL 



cl7®6?Cranston, Providence County, Rhode Island 
+1781 Cranston, Providence County, Rhode Island 



Stujssly 



Gorton, Sarah 



d/g Samuel 



DEAIH. 
BTOIAL 



?Cranston, Providence County, Rhode Island 

16APR1738?Cranston, Providence County, Rhode Island 

+1792?Cranston, Providence County, Rhode Island 



Samuel 



) Davis, Anne 
) Williams, Mary 
) Casey. Hannah 



aiEIH. 

MEEn 

DEATH 

_EIIE1AL 



28AUG1719 Cranston, Providence County, Rhode Island 
C1740 
MAY1802 Cranston, Providence County, Rhode Island 



Josiah 



Collins, Mary 
d/o James 



aiEiH 

WARRD 

DEAIH 

.EIIEIAL 



Cranston, Providence County, Rhode Island 
19MAR1746 Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island 

1800 Cranston, Providence County, Rhode Island 
WestcQtt Farm/Oak Lawn Station. Providence, RI 



HariTinh 



#689 



Stone, Johnathan #698 



ElEIH 
UAEED. 

usm. 

SMIAL 



JAII1777 Johnston, Providence County, Rhode Island 



£iial2s_ 



She 1 den, Daniel 
s/o?DaTi iel 



EIEIH 
HAEEH 
DEAIH 
BUKIAL; 



30OCT1746 Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island 



i 



westcott, Benjamin. 



(Cant. ) #1378-B 



■ .r.HTT.DT^Ey OF: 

Bethia #1373-1-1-Stukely b. 1726RI d.JUL18i32 Cheshire, Berlishire Co. M 

Vestcott ml753RI Anna Veils. . 2-FreelQve. . 
Dorcas #1373-2-l-Ephraim b. cl728 d. 13APR1794RI m Audera Sheldon 
Cong don 2-Dorcas b. 14DEC1729 incl751 Gideon Hoxsie. . 

3-Joseph b.20APR1733 d. 16JUiJ1805 m Susannah Cross 
Benjamin #1378-3-l-James b. lItAY1749 d. 11MY1767 

2-Stephen d. 1762 at sea m Phebe Williams. . 

3-Sarah b.cl753 m2MY1773 Abraham Baker of Varwlck. . 

4-Ephraim b. 1735 d. 1795 ml755 Freelove Stone (#1375-3-4) 

5-Stukely. . 
Stukely #1378-4-l-Rueben b. cl759 Johnston RI d. 1840RI ml781 Anne Vestcott (d/o Sml) 

2-?Stukely ml765 Sarah Briggs 
Samuel #1379-5-l-Daniel d. 250CT1749 in infancy. . 2-Jonathan d. 1767 single.. 

3-Phebe b. 1745 d. FEB1832 ml765 Ezekel Varren of Cranston.. 
All by 4-Sarah b. 1749 d.25JUL1834 ml771 Daniel Baker of Cranston.. 
1st Vife 5-Daniel. .6-Urian b. 18JUL1755 d. 19IfOV1336 ml779 Mary Higginbotham. . 

7-Jonathan b.26MAR1759 d. 7MAR1824RI ml788 Uancy Casey.. 
Josiah #1378-6-l-James d. +1803 ml776 Patience Stone (d/o Peter) mariner.. 

2-Elisha d. 1819 ml776 Phebe Stone (d/o Peter).. 

3-Patience d.+1804 ml783 Peter Stone.. 

4-Mary incl801 Andrew StQne(s/o Peter Sr.).. 

5-Lydia 1805 rode off to Vest & never heard of again. . 

6-Bethia mcl802 John P. Phillips. . 

7-Elizabeth ml787 Vm. Fenner of Johnston RI. . 

8-Josiah d.pl800. . 

.. (1378-1) Bethiah's descendants populated Berkshire Co. MA, Otsego & Chenango Co. FY. 

.. (1378-2) Dorca's husband was a leading citizen in Cranston for many years. 

. . (1378-3) Benjamin became infirm & was put under a guardian twice but it was revoked 

each time. 

. . (1378-4) Stukely 8j son, Rueben, appear in 1777 Cranston military Census side by side 

. . (1378-5) Samuel was a member of the Cranston Town Council for many years. 

. . (1378-7) Hannah is referred to by Richard Stone as the daughter of Nathan 

Vestcott (2756-5-5) but his will does not mention her. In any case she was b. 1735 4 to 

young to marry Jonathan Stone in 1743, mother Josiah in 1744 4 Mercy in 1749. The second! 

choice would be Hannah b. 1718 & d/o Jasiah(2756-5) but Vhitman says that she died in 

1723. Thus the last guess is the Hannah named above. This is supported by the fact that 

Hannah Vestcott Stone named her children: Josiah, Hannah, & Phebe. In addition, the 

widow Hannah Stone sold land in 1777 with Stukely(1378-4) 4 his son, Rueben Vestcott, as 

witnesses fas a brother 4 nephew might). In addition, Stukely witnessed Josiah 

Stone' s (#344) 1774 Johnston deed of sale further indicating a relationship between the 

Vestcotts 4 Stones. 



SOURCES 'j fllSC INFO ' (RVSO «7AiJ61987), RI Probate S Land Records LDSt 9ie856i91S2S9, tfhitian, John Q, Austin, 
,, Rueben tfestcott(s/o flaos & (lary) d.cl82eCT i 21FEBI773 Hannah Sreene «oved fron Cranston RI to Plainfield CT 



1 



HTTRBATTT^'S FULL MME: Fisk, 
RTRTH : ELACE 

MARRD : PLACE : 

DEATH : PLACE : 

OTHER RFSTDETTCES: 

nCCTJPATTQ¥S: 

MILITARY SE£QE]2: 

HIS FATHER: Fisk. ?John 



Samuel 



Johnston, Providence County, Rhode Island 



RELIGTOTT: 



#276® WOTHER: 



#1380- A 



VTFE'S Fm.L MME: 

BIPTH: ELACE; 

DEATH : pl744? PLACE : 

EIISIAL: PLACB; 

OTHER RES TDEgCES: 

OCCUPATTQgS: 

HER FATHER: 



SELlJiiaa: 
JIDUffifii 



CHILDREU/tSPOUSE 



DATE; 



PT-^ACE: 



1 Joseph 

♦ ? , Freelove 

* 

» 

2 

♦ 



«69« aisiE 



#691 WARRD 
DEATH 
BTTRTAL 



27AUG1784 Johnston, Providence County, Rhode Island 



aiEIB. 
MARSD 

DEAia 
BHRIAL 



. . (1380) Saauel may have been a brother to a Eunice, Peleg, 4 John Fisk. Early land 
records of Providence County SI reveal that on 18APR1737, he purchased land of John 4 
Hannah Stone Jr. with Gideon Harris 4 Daniel Vhittaker as witnesses. On 191I0V1731, he 
sold 82 acres to James Arnold with Stephen Remington 4 Joseph Rhodes as witnesses. 

On 130CT1744 at Providence 4 Scituate RI, he sold parcels of land to son Joseph with 
witnesses: ¥m. Clarke 4 George Bwan. Again on 81tAR1756 to son, Joseph, he sold for $2000 
34 acres 4 homestead of 55 acres near the Scituate 4 Providence line with witnesses: 
Rueben Hopkins 4 John Fisk. 



SOURCES t HTSC iNFn- (RVSD »8AU61987), John 0. Austin, Johnston RI Probate i Land Records 

,,John, Peleg, & Eunice Fisk witnessed Joseph's 1762 Johnston RI will. 

,, Daniel Fisk > 2APR1766 Catherine Burton of Cranston.. 

Eunice Fisk(d/o Daniel d,I78S Scituate) ISAPRI736-21JAN1814 i 3eSEP1762 yilliai Ashton.. 



HTTS^ATO'S FULL gAlfK: Bennett Jr. , Samuel 
RTBTH : PLACE : 

HAEEH: 25APR1699 PLACE : East Greenwich, Kent County, Rhode Island 
DEAIH: 15APR1745 ELACfi: Coventry, Kent County, Rhode Island 
BURIAL: ELACE: 

OTHER RESIDEJfCES : 

QCCUPATIQUS : Carpenter RELIGTOTT : 

KILITABY EECQEI2: 

OTHER SPOUSES : 1) Sarah Fordham m 2JAIfl689 & 3) Rachel ? m 1715 
HIS FATHER; Bgnnett Sr. . Sanugl #2768 mother : ? . Atiti;^ 



#1384- A 



#2769 



SEr/ITO WIFE'S FULL MWE: Berry. Desire 
BlEIIi: PLACE : 

DEATH: PLACE : 

EUEIAL: ELACE: 
OTHER RESIDENCES : 
QCCUPATIQHS : 

OTHER SPQgSES: 

HER FATHER: 



#1385 



RELIGIOff: 



JE2IHEE: 



CHTLDRETI/*SPOUSE 




DATE: 


PLACE: 








1 Sanniel 




. BIRTH 
XARRD. 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


14SEP1690 
15JUL1716 


East Greenvflch, Kent County, 
Varwict, Kent County, Rhode 


Rhode 
Island 


Island 




♦ Stafford, 


Hary 




2 Sarah 




. BIRTH, 
ItARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


31JA51693 
301tAY1717 


East Greenwich, Kent County, 
Warwick, Kent County, Rhode 


Rhode 
Island 


Island 




» Weirner, Ezekial 




3 Hannah 




. BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


27APR1697 
20JU1I1717 


East Greenwich, Kent County, 
Warwick, Kent County, Rhode 


Rhode 
Island 


Island 




♦ Stafford, 


Samuel 




4 Elizabeth 




. BIRTH 
KARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


19U0V1699 
220CT1724 


East Greenwich, Kent County, Rhode Island 
Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island 




♦ ?Vincent, 


Villiam 




SECOITD WIF1 




. BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


075071701 


East Greenwich, Kent County, 


Rhode 


Island 




5 Benlaiain 










6 John 


#692 


. BIRTH 
HARRD 
LI VUG 
BURIAL 


15OCT1703 
SEP1788 


East Greenwich, Kent County, 
Warwick, Kent County, Rhode 


Rhode 
Island 


Island 




* ? 






7 WllUaTn 




. BIRTH, 
ItARRD. 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


15MAY1706 


East Greenwich, Kent County, 


Rhode 


Island 










8 Prlscm^i 




. BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


07OCT1708 


East Greenwich, Kent County, 


Rhode 


Island 










9 Marv 




. BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


02APR1711 


East Greenwich, Kent County, 


Rhode 


Island 











Bennett Ji 



5a™ 9 1 



■ ''''■■' 



(Cnnt. ) »1334-B: 



10 Desire 

* 
« 
■♦ 



MEEH 

DEAIH. 

J2M1AL 



12FEB1713 East Greenwich, Kent County, Rhode Island 



. . (1384) Sanuel In 1685 was a Freeman. In 1688, he was on the Grand Jury. In 1590, he 
was a Deputy to the Assembly & also a Lieutenant. On 23FEB1703, he and wife, Desire, 
sold to Thomas Fry for £65 his dwelling house, orchard, & 20 acres. On 21DEC1715, he 
deeded son, Samuel, for love &c 10 acres. 



SQURCgS % !HSC INFO ' (RVSD UFEB1987) Austin, IGI, 



I 



miSBATTD'S FULL SAWE: Crandall, Elder Joseph 



BTRTH 



cl661 ELA££:?Vesterly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
1687 ELAC£: Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
12SEP1737 PLACE : Newport, Fewport County, Rhode Island 
PLACE : 
Kingstovm, RI 



#1392- A 



WARRD 

DEAIfl 
Bin?TAL: 

QIH££ RESIDENCES: 



QCCUPATIOBS : Ordained a Minister 81tAY1715 

MILITARY BSQDSn.: 

HIS FATHER : Crandall. John 



PLACE ; 
PLACE : 
PLACE : 



WIFE'S PULL TTAME: 

BIBIE: 1662 
DEATH : 

BI2£UL: 
QTHES RESIDENCES: 
QCCUPATIOirS : Housekeeper 
HER FATHER: Burdlck. Rnhprt 
CHTLDREW/fSPnngTE 



Burdick, Deborah Hubbard 



RELTOTDTT: 7th Day Baptist 
#2784 MOTHER: UnVrinv^ 



#2785 



#1393 



Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 



#2786 



RET^TGimr : 7th Day Baptist 
MOTHER: 



#278 7 



DATE: 



JELACEi. 



John 



fg98 BIRTH 



1) ? , lary 

2) ? , Hannah 
3)Lewls. EHzabfith 



#699 lIAEB]i:3)28JU]I1738 



cl682?Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 



DEATH 
BURIAL 



1768 Hopkinton, Washington County, Rhode Island 



Lydla 



Babcock, Robert 
s/o John & Mary 



MARRD 
DEATH 

BTOIAL 



1683?Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
1701 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 



Joseph 



Langs wo r thy, 



#€96 BTRTH 
Ann #697 MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



1684?Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
15FEB1715 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
17FEB1750 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 



ThaTik-fnl (Sarnh) 



Saunders, Stephen 
S/O Tablas 



BIRTH 

MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



cl685?Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 

C1711 

C1712 



Mary 



Wells, lathaniel 
s/oThomas & ISTaoml 



BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



1686?Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 

1706 

1763 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 



Deborah 



Stillnan, Dr. George 
1678E]rG-1760RI 
s/Q George k Jane 



aiEiH. 

MARRD 

DEATH 

.^IIELLAL 



1688?Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 

18APR1706 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 

1737 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 



Tacy ( Anastasl a? ) 



Lewis, John 
1692-C1774 
s/Q James & Sarah 



BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



1692?Westerly, Washington County, 

03MAE1717 Westerly, Washington County, 

pl720 Westerly, Washington County, 



Rhode Island 
Rhode Island 
Rhode Island 



JLiLCLS. 



Richmond, Cyrus 
s/Q John 



BTRTH 
MARRD 
DEAia 

BURIAL 



cl694?Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
29JA11718/9Kingston, Washington County, Rhode Island 
1730 Stonington, Few London County, Connecticut 



..1392 Joseph was chosen Westerly Town Councilman on 20APR1704, but refused to serve. 

..1392-4 Thankful died after birth of first child. 

..1392-7 Tacy's husband, John Lewis, remarried two tines after her death 4 fathered 14 

more children. 

..1392-8 Jane's husband, Cjrrus Slchaond. tb2 Phebe Matt<d/o Adam) in Stonington CT St 

fathered: Jane b. 1735 d. Erie PA m Roswell Belknap, Sylvester b.l737, Phebe b. 1739, 

Abigail b. 1743, & Mary b. 1745. 



^1 



Crandall, Elder Joseph. 



(Continued) #1392-B 



CHILDREN QF: 
Lydla #1392- 
BabcQck 



Thankful #1392- 

Saunders 
Mary #1392- 



Deborah #1392- 
StlllUBR 



Tacy #1392- 

Jane #1392- 
K1 'nhmflTld 



•2-1-Mary b. 31AUG1702. . 2-Lydia b. 35071703 ml772 Roger Blderton. . 

3-Robert b. 81tAY1706. . 4-Elihu b. 5JU51708. . 

5-Sarah b. 28ItAR1710. . 6-Patience b. 23DEC1711. . 

7-Siinsan b. 170CT1714 m Abigail Hudson. . 

8-Ezekial b.22JUiri716 m Eunice Billings. . 9-Joseph b.9APS1718.. 
le-Remember b. 11FEB1720. . 
•4-1-Thanfcf ul b. 1712 d. 1782 inl733 Cornelius Stetson. . 

•S-l-Uaoinl b. 11MAY1707 ml726 Peter Kenyon. . 2-Eli2. b.9JA51710.. 

3-Jonathan b.28JUTri712 ml734 Bliz. Maxson. . 

4-Tacy b.4JA51715 m Capt. Hubbard Burdlck(2786-ll) . . 5-Ruth b.6SEP1717. 

6-Thonas b. 1719. . 7-Deborah ml740 Thos. Partelo. . 
6-1-Deborah b. 11JAJI1707 ml741 Benj . Taimer. . 2-lIathnl. b. 21tAY1709 d. young 

3-Mary b. 27SEP1711. . 4-George b. 13FEB1713 ml737 Mary Burdick. . 

5-Joseph b.5DEC1716 m Mary Maxson. .6- John b. 14JUiri719 m Mary Clark.. 

7-Elisha b.25APR1722 ml Hannah Rogers iii2 Mary Davis m3 Eliz. Burdick. 

S-Benjamin b. 25JAI1725/6 m Mary Saunders.. 
•7-1-Stephen. . . ._ . ' . 



■8-1-Lydia b. 450V1719 m John Allen. . 2-Ellz. 

3-John b. 19JUL1724. . 4-Ann b. 21SEP1726. . 
5-Cyrus b.8DEC1730. . 



b.30JIIL1722. 



! 



SOURCES I Wise INFO- (RVSD 3eHflY1987), 161, John C. Crandall, Austin, 



HySBATO'S FTHiL ITAKE: Langworthy, Samuel 



aiEia.- C1659 ?LkCV. 

MfiEJi: C1680 ELACE 

DMIH: C1716 PLACE ; 

EMIAL: ELAC£: 

OTHER RESIDENCES : Uewport, RI 

QCCUPATTQ?TS : 

MILITARY SE£D£]i: 

HIS FATHER: Langwnr thy. Andrpw 



?Agawain, Hampden County, Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 

Pettaquamscutt, ITewport County, Rhode Island 



#1394-A 



#2788 



, Rachel 
ELA££: 



WIFE'S FULL ¥AWE: 
SISIIi: 

DEAI2: PLACE : 
BIffilAL: PLACE : 
OTHER RESTDETCES: 
OCCUPATTOIfS: 
HER FATHER: 



RELirrTmT: 7th Day Baptist 
MOTHER: Hubharri. R;^rhp1 



#2789 



#1395 



SELiaiQI: 

MOTHER: 



CHILDREN/ ESPOUSE 



JL 



DATE: 



PLACE; 



1 Ann 



» g 97 



♦ Crandall, Jos. 

4 

* 



#696 



BIRTH 
KARRD 
DEAia 
BURIAL 



Rhode Island 
15FEB1715 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
50V1773?Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 



2 Samuel 

♦ Crandall, 

* See #698-3 



Mary 



BIRTH 
DEATH 



18AUG1736 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
01AUG1763 



3 Rachel 

* 

* 

♦ 

4 

» 



BIHH. 
HAEEH 
CEAIH. 



+19FEB1745 



BIRTH 
WARRD 

DEAIH. 
BURIAL: 



, (1394) Samel was a large landowner in the Ifarragansett area of Rhode Island. 

.CHILDREN of" 
Samuel #1394-2- l-Mary b. 11MAY1739. . 

2-Eliz. b.31MAY1741 ml768 Benjamin Kenyon. . 
3-Rachel b. 8JUiri743 ml771 Timothy Larkln 
4-Samuel b. 2750V1745 ml771 Mercy Saunders. . 



SOURCES 1, HISC TNFn ' (RVSO 3eNAY1987), lloriarity, Austin, Crandall LOS 



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fi 
•"e 
:a 



HUSBAND'S FULL NAME: Kenner, Francis 



#1524 



BIRTH ; 16 Dec 1681 PLACE : St. Stephen's Parish, Northumberland Co., Va. 
MARRD : 1705 PLACE : Cherry Point, Northumberland County, Virginia 
DEATH: 1728 PLACE: Cherry Point, Northumberland County, Virginia 



BURIAL: 



PLACE: 



OTHER RESIDENCES : Chery Point was at mouth of Potomac flowing into 

Chesapeake Bay. 
OCCUPATIONS : Tobacco Farmer RELIGION : 

MILITARY RECORD : 
OTHER SPOUSES : 
HIS FATHER: Kenner, Richard #3048 



MOTHER: Rodham, Eliz. #3049 



WIFE'S FULL NAME: Howson, Hannah 



#1525 



1677 PLACE ; 
1712 PLACE 
PLACE: 



BIRTH: 
DEATH: 

BURIAL : 

OTHER RESIDENCES ; 

OCCUPATIONS ; 

OTHER SPOUSES ; 

HER FATHER: Howson, Capt. Leonard #3050 



Northumberland County, Virginia 
Northumberland County, Virginia 



RELIGION; 



MOTHER: Lee, Elizabeth #3051 



CHILDREN/ *SPOUSE : 


DATE 


: PLACE : 






1 Matthew 

* 


BIRTH : 
MARRD • 
DEATH : 
BURIAL 




1731 Northumberland 


Co., VA. 






CHLDRN: 


William. .Nancy. .Mathew. .El: 
: 28 Sep 1707 St. Stephen's, 

1730 
: 1734/35 


Lzabeth. .Francis. . 
Northumberland Co- , 




2 Rodham ( Rev . ) 

* Beverley , Judith 

* 


BIRTH 
MARRD : 
DEATH 
BURIAL: 


Va 


3 Elizabeth 
* 


BIRTH 
MARRD ! 


: 16 


Feb 1709 Northumberland 


Co., Va. 






DEATH 
BURIAL: 




4 Howson #762 


BIRTH 


: 10 


May 1712 St. Stephen's, 


Northumberland Co. , 


Va 


* Eskridge, 


MARRD : 




* Margaret #763 


DEATH 
BURIAL: 




* 


BIRTH 
MARRD : 
DEATH 
BURIAL 





SOURCES & MISC INFO ; 
IGI, Nelson & Nelson, 



. . CHILDREN OF : 

Matthew #1524-1-William. .2-Nancy . . 

3-Elizabeth . . 4-Francis . . 

..Rodham, born at Cherry Point, Virginia, went to Glasgow, Scotland and 
returned to St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania Co., Va. as a minister & was 
later rector at Fredericksburg, Va. 

..Francis Kenner directed in his will that son Rodham "should be kept at 
school and learning till he is 21". 

..Francis's brother Rodham, named him executor of his will directing Francis 
to "manage what Estate my children shall have to the best advantage^^ for my 
said children and to see my children well educated and brought up.." For his 
role as executor, Francis received three thousand pounds of tobacco the 
first year, and two thousand pounds each year thereafter out of profits 
heirs of Rodham were not quite happy with Francis's management of their 
father's estate and brought suit successfully in 1712 winning a money 
judgement against Francis and unsuccessfully in 1716, losing. 



The 



mT.SBATTO'S FULL ITAME : Eskridge, George 



EIEIH 



C1660 ELACE 
1694 ELACE 



ARRVD VTPC IHIA cl68(3 



#1526-A 



Vales or Lang, England? 

Sandy Point, Vestmoreland County, Virginia 

Westmoreland County, Virginia 



HAfiEU: 

DEAIH: ]!fOV1735 ELAilE: 

ElffilAL: ELAC£: 

QIHES RESTDETTCES : 

OCCUPATIONS ; Lawyer/Plantation Owner 

MILITARY ^EQQED.: 

OTHER SPOUSES ; 2) Vaulx, Elizabeth (5 Sandy Point cl7ia 

w/dau, Elizaeth ml Capt. Vm. Aylett & m2 James Steptoe 
HIS FATHER: MOTHER: 



RELIGION : prob. Anglican 



VTFF'S FULL TTAWE : Bonum, 
aiRIfi: C1665 ELACE: 
DEATH : 1715 ELACE: 
SUEIAL: ELACE: 
OTHER RESIDETTCES: 

QCCUPATIQHg: 

HER FATHER: Bonum, Samuel 



Rebecca (Some sources: Hannah Ashton) 
Vestmoreland County, Virginia 
Vestmoreland County, Virginia 



#1527 



RELIGIOIT : 
#3054 MOTHER: Philpnt. Margaret #3055 



CHILDRETf/*SPOUSE 






DATE: 


PLACE: 


1 Villiam 




. aiEIIi 


1698 


Virginia 


* Coul bourne, Abigail 


MAEEa 






* 




QEAI2. 


1743 




* 




BURIAL 






2 George 




. aiEIH. 


1700 


Virginia 


* Rust, Hannah 




MSMD. 






♦ 




DEAia 


1731 




* 




BURIAL 






>3 Samuel 




. aiEia 


1702 


Virginia 


^»l) Aston, Jane 




MEEH 






»2)?Steptoe, Jane 




DEAia 


1746 




* 




BURIAL 






4 Robert 




. EIEIH. 


1704 




*?Steptoe, Jane 




Msm 






* 




DEATH 


1708 




« 




BURIAL 






5 Sarah 




BIRTH 


1708 




* ITewton, Villoughby 


MBSH 






* 1702- 




DEAIIL 


1753 




* 




BURIAL 






6 Harsaret 


#763 


. EIEIH. 


1712 


Westmoreland County, Virginia 


* Eeimer, Howson 


#762 


MESH. 


1732 


Stafford County, Virginia 


* 




DEAIE 


1801 


Facquier County, Virginia 



.EUEIALj- 



, CHILDREN OF: 

Villiam #1526-l-l-George. . 
George #1526-2- (1-4) -sons 
Sarah #1526-5- 1-Thomas b.20DEC1724. 
SeiCtfla. 2-Rebecca b.60CT1726. 



. . (1526) George, according to one tradition, was kidnapped while walking along the coast 
in Northern Vales & studying a law book by a press gang. He was sold into servitude for 
eight years to a Virginia planter. He was treated harshly 8i forced to sleep on the 
^■hearthstones in the kitchen of his master's home. After eight years of servitude, he 
/returned to England, completed his law studies, & was admitted to the bar. 

In Virginia, he was a member of the Virginia House of Burgesses (Assembly) almost 
continuously from 1705 to 1735. He was also Queen's Attorney for Queen Anne, King's 
Attorney for King George I S II, & Coronor for the the Potomac District. 



Eskridge, George (Continued) #1526-B 



At his death in 1735, George Eskridge owned nearly 13,000 acres of land in several 
counties of the Virginia Jforthern Heck. Original portraits of George Eskridge S wife 
together with some very valuable pieces of silver that George had brought to this 
country, were bequeathed in 1913 by Gen. P. C. Rust to the Virginia Historical Society. 

George Eskridge was named guardian cl721 of Mary Ball when she was 13 till she married 
in 1731. Mary Ball was the mother of George Vashington. Her father, Joseph Ball, died 
in 1713 & her mother died in 1721. A DAR Magazine article in April 1927 described how 
Mary Ball so deeply appreciated the care of George Eskridge 4 his wife, that she naoed 
her son, George Vashington 3i future president, after George Eskridge. 

. .Vill of Calnnel George Eskridge. Westmoreland Co. , Virginia; 1735: 

"In the name of God I George Eskridge of the County of Westmorland do make this my Last 
Vill and Testament. Impirmis I give unto my son Samuel and heirs forever the house and 
plantation where I now live containing eight Hundred Acres be the same more or less 
bounding upon the lands of John Crucher and Robert Ball and a ditch made by me to divide 
this land from another tract I have upon the River and from the ditch to John King's 
Creek including a parcel of Land I bought from one Rust. Itea I give unto my son Villiami 
Eskridge and the heirs of his body Lawfully begotten tract of Land upon the River 
adjoining the aforesaid tract given to my son Samuel. Iten I give to my Laving wife the 
aforesaid house and plantation and Lands before given to my son Samuel during her natural . 
life-also I give to my said wife all the slaves she brought to me in marriage with their 
increase and ten other of my slaves during her natural life and after her death, I give 
the said slaves I had with her in marriage to my Daughter Elizabeth and her heirs 
forever. I give my land a Machotic commonly called Machotic Quarter in Westmoreland 
County to my son Robert and his heirs forever. I give unto the four sons of my son 
George deceased four slaves apiece when they respectively arrive at the age of twenty-one 
years. I give unto my daughter Elizabeth 4 her heirs a tract of land I have at Polrick 
in Price William County and all the slaves and stock upon the same I give to my aforesaid 
son Samuel and his heirs five hundred acres of land part of a tract at a place callled 
Flatlick in Price William County to be chosen by him in any One place out of the said 
tract. I give to my son-in-law Willoughby Newton and Sarah his wife & their heirs Eight 
hundred acres of land part of the said tract a Flatlick. All the rest of the said tract 
at flatlick I give to be equally divided among the children of my son George and the 
daughter of my daughter of my daughter Margaret Kenner and their heirs. I give to my ' 
wife the use of Machotick land for five years after my decease. I give unto my son 
robert and his heirs all my land at the Marsh in Prince William County upon the condition 
that he pay all my debts I now owe to any person in Whitehaven in Great Britain. I give 
to my son Samuel ten negroes, to my son Robert sixteen negroes I mean those at my 
!<achotick Quarter. I give five of the ten slaves herinbefore given to my wife during her' 
life unto my Daughter Elizabeth, the other five I give unto my son Samuel. I give to my 
son William and the heirs of his body ten slaves to be annexed to the land hereinbefore 
given to him. It is the will that my loving wife have the use of all my household stuff 
during her life and also the use of half of the cattle, hogs and horses upon my several 
plantations in Westmoreland County during her life. All the rest of my estates after my 
debts paid I give equally divided amongst my children now living. I give unto my son-in- 
law HowBon Kenner and his wife (JCargaret) and their heirs eight hundred acres of Landat 
the Marsh before given to Robert which the said Howson is already in possession of and 
also five hundred acres more of said Land at the marsh adjoining to that, the rest I give 
to my son Robert upon the condition before mentioned. . 27th day of October 1735.. sons 
Samuel 4 Robert 4 good friend Capt. George Turberville executors. . Proved 5DEC1735. 
..Witnesses: Edw. Barradell, SamI . Cobbs, Wm. Webb... Signed 'George Eskridge' 



SaiJRCEl h nnC INFI: (RVSO I3DECI986), Leckey p,513, yii, i Nary Quarterly (V,8,p,329), "Senealogies of Virginia Famlies" 
(V,II,p,719), Nelson I Nelson, 



HUSBAITO'S FULL ITAWE : Packer, John 



aiEiH 



ELACE 



#2692- A 



1655 ELACE 



1689 ELACE. 



HAEEIi: 
DEATH : 

E2£IAL: ELACE: 

QIBEE. 5ESIDEFCES : 

QCOTFATIQIfS: 

KILITARY SECQEIi: 

OTHER SPOUSES: 2) Rebecca Wells in24Jimi676(i/o Hugh w/o Thomas Latham 

HIS FATHER; MQIHEE; 



Uew London, Ifew London County, Connecticut 

RELIGTnTT: 



WIFE'S FULL gAWE : Friend, Elizabeth 
SIEIH: ELACE: 



#2693 



DEAIH: 04KAY1674 ELACE 
BIIEIAL: PLACE : 
OTHER RESTDE^CES: 

QCCUPATIQI^S: 

HER FATHER: Friend. .Tnhr^ 



lew London, few London County, Connecticut 



RELIGIOTf : 
#5386 MOTHER: 



CHILMESZISEQIISE. 



DATE; 



#5 3 87 



-ELACEi. 



l_Ifl]UL. 



#1346 Bisia 



» Lathaa, Lydia #1347 MESH 
* DEATH. 

* BSEIAL 



2 Samuel 



* Williams, Mary 
» 

* d/Q WiniaTn 



aisitt 

HAEED. 

PEATH 
BURIAL 



1656/7 ?]Jew London, Jew London County, Connecticut 
24JUI1678 Hew London, Hew London County, Connecticut 
1701 Hew London, Hew London County, Connecticut 



1661 TNew London, Hew London County, Connecticut 



3 Richard 



* 
* 
* 

4 Elizabeth 

» 



aiEiH. 

MAESD. 
DEATH 
BHRTAL 



1663 ?irew London, Hew London County, Connecticut 



SIEIE 

HAEED. 

DEAia 

.^HELAL 



1669 ?Hew London, Hew London County, Connecticut 



5 Saraii. 

» 



aiEiE 
haeedl 

DEAia 
_E2ELAL 



1672 ?Hew London, Hew London County, Connecticut 



**CHTT.DREH OF SECOHD WIFE : 



6 Rebecca 



BIRTH 

MEED. 

DEATH. 

.BIIEIAL 



13JUL1679 Hew London, Hew London County, Connecticut 



7 James (Capt. ) 



* Avery, Abigail 

* 
* 



EAEI2. 

MEED. 

DEATE 

.BIIEIAL 



11SEP1681 Hew London, Hew London County, Connecticut 
1764 ?Groton, Hew London, Connecticut 



8 Benlamln 



BIEIE 
MEED. 
DEATH 
RHRIAL 



1683 Hew London, Hew London County, Connecticut 
cl709 



9 Joseph 

* 

» 



BIETE 
MEEH 

DEATH 
RUEIAL: 



1685 Hew London, Hew London County, Connecticut 



Packer, John (Continued) #2692-B 



. . (2692-8) Benjamin was impressed for service in the Var against the French. In his 
will, he bequeathed his estate to brothers James 3t Joseph & sister, Rebecca. He died 
soon afterwards. 



SOURCES \ fllSC INFO ' (RVSD 920CT1987), ISI, Niller, Savage, 



mrgBAFD'S FULL NAME: Latham, Gary 



BIRTH 



HMSD. 
DEAIH 



ELA££ 



#2694- A 



ELA££ 



1685 £LA££ 



ELA££ 



EMIAL: 

mSER RES I DEUCES : Cambridge MA 

QCOTFATIO yg : 

MILITARY EEOffill: 

HIS FATHER: 



Sew London, Sew London County, Connecticut 



RELIGinS : 
ItOTHER: 



VTFE'S FTJLL HAKE: Masters, Elizabeth 
aiEIH: ELA£1E: 
DEAIH: ELACfi: 

BUSIAL: ELAQ£: 
OTHER RESIDENCES : 

OTHER SPOUSES ; 1) Edmund Locicwood 
QCCTFATIQIS: 
HER FATHER: Masters. John 



#2695 



RELIGIQIT: 
#5390 MOTHER: 



CHILDREN/ *SPQU5E 



DATE; 



_ELA££i 



1 Thomas 



* Veils, Rebecca 

» 

* d/o Hug h 



HAEEH 

DEATH. 

_EIIEIAL 



NOV 1639 
150CT1673 
14DEC1677 



?Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 



2 Joseph 
♦ ? , Mary 

* 



EIBIB. 
KAESD. 
DEAia 
BTOIAL 



02DEC1642 Boston/ Cambridge, Massachusetts 
Newfoundland, Canada 
1685 New London, New London County, Connecticut 



3 Elizabeth 
♦ Leeds, John 

* 
* 



aiEia. 

JIAEED. 

DEATH 

.BUEIAL 



New London, New London County, Connecticut 



4 Jane 



♦ DHubbard, Hugh 
*2)Williams, John 

» 



aiETH 
lIAEEIi:!) 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



cl648 New London, New London County, Connecticut 
MAR1672/3 New London, New London County, Connecticut 
03MAyi739 ?New London, New London County, Connecticut 



5 Lydia 
* Packer, 

» 



#1 347 



John #1346 



BISIH 

DEAIH 
_SnEIAL 



cl658 New London, New London County, Connecticut 
24JUN1678 New London, New London County, Connecticut 



6 Haanali.. 



* ?Loc3rwood, John 

* 

» 



aiEiH 

MRED. 

DEAIH 

.fiHEIAL 



New London, New London County, Connecticut 



7. 

» 



aiEiH 

HAEED. 
DEAIH 
-SIIEIAL 



. . (2694) Cary removed early to New London 
as an active representative from 1664-70. 



CT where he received large land grants & served 



..CHILDREN OF: 

Thomas #2694-l-l-Samuel. . 

Joseph #2694-2- 1-Cary b. 14JUL1668NewFoundland. . Lydia m Benj . Starr (2726-7) .. 6 sons. 
Jane #2694-4-l-Son d. young. . 2-Mary b. 17N0V1674 ml697 Ichabod Sayre. . 

Hubbard 3-Lydia b. 7FEB1675/6 m John Barrows. . 4-Margaret ..5-Jane.. 



SDURCF.'; \ HTqr i^Fn. (RVSO 27N0V1987), Savage's 5enealogical Dictionary, 



HnSBATO'S FULL ITAJtE : Palmer, Hehemiah 



EISIH 



23SEP1637 ELA££ 



205071662 PLACE 



17FEB1717 ELAC£ 



DEAIE 

RirRTAL: ELA££ 

QIHEE. SESIPEffCES: 

QCCgPATIQgS.- 

HILITARY ^EQQED.: 

HIS FATHER: Palmer. ValtPr 



Charlestown, Suffolk County, Massachusetts 
Stonington, lew London County, Connecticut 
Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 
Vaquetequequock Cemetery, Stonington, Connecticut 



#2696- A 



VTFE'S FULL ITAWE : Stanton, Hannah 



RELIGION : Congregational 
#5392 WOTHER: Short. Pph^^rr^ 



#5393 



#2697 



aiBIE: 1644 n.A££. 
DEATH : 170CT1727 ELA££ 
RHPTAL : ELACE 

OTHER RESIDENCES: 
OCCUPATIONS : Housekeeper 
HER FATHER: Stanton. Thomas 



Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut 
Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 



RELIGION : Congregational 
#5394 MOTHER: Lord. Anna 



#5395 



CHILDREN/ ♦SPOUSE 




DATE: 


PLACE: 


New 
New 
New 


London County, 
London County, 
London County, 




1 Joseph #1348 


. BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


: 03OCT1663 

• 12N0V1687 

• 31JAN1710 


Stonington, 
Stonington, 
Stonington, 


Connecticut 


♦ Prentice, Frances 

* #1349 


Connecticut 
Connecticut 


2 Ellhu 


. BIRTH 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


12MAR1666 


Stonington, 
d. young 


New 


London County, 


Connecticut 






3 Jonathan 


. BIRTH 
HARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


07AUG1668 
01DEC1706 
26AUG1726 


Stonington, 
Stonington, 
Stonington, 


New 
New 
New 


London County, 
London County, 
London County, 


Connecticut 


* Manwaring, Mary 

♦ d/o Oliver 4 Hannah 


Connecticut 
Connecticut 


4 Daniel 


. BIRTH 
MARRD: 
MARRD: : 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


125071672 Stonington, 
1)25MAS1700/1 
2)12JAN1732 ?Stonington 

28FEB1762 Stonington, 


New London County, 

, New London County 
New London County, 


Connecticut 


*1) Smith, Margaret 
» -1727 
♦2) Avery, Mary 
♦ d/a John 


, Connecticut 
Connecticut 


5 Nehemiah 


. BAPT2 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


08JUL1677 

17JAN1700 

17?? 


Stonington, 
Stonington, 


New 
New 


London County, 
London County, 


Connecticut 


* Saxton, Jerusha 


Connecticut 


6 Hannah 


. BAPT2 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


11APR1680 
1698 


Stonington, 
Stonington, 


New 
New 


London County, 
London County, 


Connecticut 


* Palmer, Ichabod 

♦ #1350-3 


Connecticut 




. BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 

















. . (2696) lehemlali served in many public offices including that of one of a committee on 
Indian affairs in 1681. From 1682 to 1689, he was selectman of Stonington. In 1691, he 
was a representative to the Connecticut General Assembly. In 1699, he was Town Clerk of 
Stonington. 

On June 27, 1717, Nehemiah, deeded to son, Daniel, half the land where he dwelled for 
the dutiful care Daniel had provided. 



Palmer, lehemiah (Cont. ) #2996-B i 



CHILD55:?T OF : 

Jonathan #2696-3-l-Juditti b.2JAJ1708 m Palmer. . 2-Mercy b. 27FEB1709. . 

3-Hannah b, 12DEC1711. . 4-Anna b. 15AMY1713. . 

5-Irene b. 26MB1715. . 5-Love b.3MAR1717.. 

7-Prudence b. 31MAR1719. . 8-Jonathan b.23DEC1720.. 

9-Oliver b. 7MAT1722. . 10-Elizabeth b. 2850V1724. . 
Daniel #2696-4- l-Uehemiah b.9APR1702 m Submit Palmer.. 

2-Danlel b. 10JU!ri704 m Mary Palmer. . 3-Saml. b. 1APR1707 d. 5AUG1727. . 

4-IIathan b.240CT1711 m Phebe Billings.. 

5-Rufus b.70CT1713 m Phebe Babcock. . 6-Huldah b. 1550V1715 d.25JUL1727. 

7-L7dia b. 16AUG1715 d. 25JUI1727. . 

8-James b. 13JUL1720 Hannah Chesebrough. . 9-Rebecca b. 13SEP1725/5 
nehemiah #2696-5- 1-Saxton b. 295OV1700, . 2-Thomas b.7JUL1703.. 

3-Jerusha b. 30APR1705. . 4-5ehemiah b.4FEB1707.. 

5-Stephen b. lXAyl709. . 6-Abi jah b.29SEP1711 m Dorothy Palmer.. 

7-Than]rful b. 23APR1714. . 8-David b. 11DEC1717 (lYU) . . 

9-Mary bpt. 13JUL1718 (ISII) • ■ 10-Bridget b.8APR1721 
Hannah #2696-6-l-Lucy bpt. 28I[AY1699 d. 2MAR1736 ml720 Vm. Cheseborough. . 
Palmer 2-Ichabod bpt. 10JA}ri703 d. 1749CT ml723 Eilz. Sanford Soyes. . 

3-Prudence bpt. 29JUL1706 d. 1716. . 

4-irathaniel b. 11OCT1707 d. 30MAY1790CT ml Mary Cheeseborough 
m2 Anna Way. . 

5-Daniel bpt. 18DEC1709 d. young. . 

6-Elias bpt. 13MAyl715 ml734 Mary Holmes.. 



SOURCES i mSC INFO; (RVSD I2SEP1987), ISI, «heeler, Nackenzie, Doris Palaer Buys, 



HPSBATO'S FULL NAXE : Prentice, Tiamas 



aiEIH 



#2698-A 



cl63et ELACE 



ELACE 



11DEC1724 ELACE. 



MEfili 

DEAia 

BMIAL: ELACE 

QIHEE BESIDEICES : 

QCCTPATIQMS: 

HILIXiSI EECQEH: 

HIS FATHER; 



England 

Newton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 



RELIGTQTT : 



MOTHER; 



VIFE'S FULL MME : Jackson, Rebecca 



#2699 



EAEI2: 120CT1636 ELACE 
DEAIE: ELACE 

BIIEIAL: ELACE 
OTHER RESIDEICES : 



Whitechapel, London, England 



CX:CUPATIOUS: 


Edward 




#539a 


SELmifll: 

MOTHER: ?. 


Frances 




HER FATHER: Jackson. 


# 


CHILDREIf/ ♦SPOUSE 




DATE: 


PLACE; 









1 Frances 



# 1349 



» Palmer, Joseph #1348 

* 

* 



EiEia 

MS£D. 

DEAia 

.EIIEIAL 



12irOV1687 Stonington, lew London County, Connecticut 



2 Thomas 

» ? , Elizabeth 

» 

» 



BIRTH 

MBSL. 

DEAia 

.miEIAL 



11DEC1724 TITewton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 



3_lahlL. 



*l)Osland, Hannah 

» d/o Humphrey d. 1705 

*2) ? . Bgthia 



aUKIH. 
HAESH 
DEAia 
BVRIAL; 



1696 
04JM17211 Newton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 



4 Edward 



* Osland, Sarah 
* 

* d/Q Humphrey 



aiEiK 

MARRD 

DEAia. 

.EIIEIAL 



16SEP1724 Newton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 



5 James 



* Bartlett, Elizabeth 

* -1724 

* d/Q 



Henry 



EiEia 

HAEEH 
DEAia 
BTOIAL 



08MAR1709 ?Marlborough, MA 

1719 Newton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 



6 Ebenezer 
♦ 



EiEia 

MARRD 

DEAia 

.BURIAL 



7_EiiQS 

* ? , Lydia 

♦ 
* 



aiEia 

MEED. 
DEAia 
RHPTAL 



8 Rebecca 

* 



aisia 

HAEED. 

DEAia 

^EIIEIAL 



9 Sarah 



* Hyde, John 



aiEia 

MARRD 

DEAia 

JHIEIAL 



15MAY1707 



Prentice, Thomas (Continued) #2698-B! 



, - CH ILDR E IT QF: 

Thomas #2698-2-l-John b. MB1692. . 2-Rebecca b. 22DEC1693. . 

3-Thoiiias. . 4-Ebenezer b. 1706. .S-Samuel. . 
John #2598-3-l-Hannah b.250CT1697 iiil724 Thorns Soden. . 2-Experience b. 26SEP1700. . 

3-Rebecca b. 27T[AR17(J4. . 
2nd Wife 4-Elizabeth ml724 John Knapp. . 5-Bethia b. 16AUG1713. . 

6-Ann b. 17ir0V1717 i[il740 Uathan Hyde. . 
Edward #2698-4- 1-Edward b. 195OV1706. . 
James #2698-5- 1-Robert b. 19APR1714. . 2-Jaines b. 1MAR1715. . 

3-Mary b. 19S0V1716 
Enos #2698-7- l-Ebenezer b. 45OV1710. . 

. . (2698) Thanas was a selectman at Hewton for several years from 1686. In 1650 & 57, he 

was a joint purchaser of land with James Prentice (probable brother). He lived to a greatt 

age - almost 100 years old. 

. . (2698-3) John accompanied KA troops as a physician in the Var of 1710. 

. . (2698-4) Edward was a constable at the time of his death. 



saURCES i msc im - (RVSD 24SEP1987), Savage's Senealogical Dictionary, 



HUSBAND'S FULL NAME; Palmer, Walter 



#2700 



#2700 Walter Palmer is the same as #5392 Walter Palmer, See Family 

Group Sheet #5392 for complete information on Walter & Rebecca Palmer. 



HIS FATHER: 



MOTHER: 



WIFE'S FULL NAME: Short, Rebecca 



#2701 



,See Family Group Sheet #5392, 



HER FATHER; 



MOTHER : 



CHILDREN/ *SPOUSE: DATE: 


PLACE: 


6 Gershom #1350 BIRTH 






*Denison,Ann #1351MARRD 






* DEATH 






BURIAL 






7 BIRTH 




* MARRD 






DEATH 






BURIAL : 







SOURCES & MISC INFO: 



HUSBATO'S FULL NAJfE: Denison, George 



BAPTZ 



10DEC1620 ELACE 



1644 PLACE 



240CT1694 PLACE 



ELACE 



Stratford, England 

England 

Hartford, Hardford County, 



ARRVP MASSACHUSETTS 1631 



*2792-A 



Connecticut 



MEEJ2 

DEAia 

ElffilAL: 

OTHER RESIDENCES: Roxbury M - 1651; New London CT - 1654; Stonin^ton CT 

nCCUPATIOTTS: Farmer /So Idler RELTGimT : 

KIL I TART RECORD : Cromwell's Army & Captain; King Phillip's Var against Indians - 1675 

OTHER SPOUSES: 1) cl640 Bridget Thompson d. 1643 d/o John of Preston, England 

HIS FATHER: Den i son, vniian i i»54g>4 TfOTHEP.- ynnck. M^rg^^rPt »5405 



SECOro WIFE'S FULL NAME : 
aiRIH: 1615 ELACE 
DEAIE: 26SEP1712 ELACE 
MRIAL: ELACE 

OTHER RESIDENCES: 



Borodell, Ann 
Ireland/England? 

Stonington, ITew London County, Connecticut (@97 yrs) 
Elm Grove Cemetery, Mystic, Connecticut 



#2703 



QCCUPATiniS : Housekeeper 
HER FATHER: Borndell . Jnhn 



#5406 



RELIGIQl : 
MOTHER: 



CHILDREN/ tSPOUSE 



DATE; 



PLACE: 



Thomas 



1 Sarah H. 

* Stanton, 

* 

* S^e #53Q4-1 



EIEIE : 
ItARRD : 
DEAIH. : 
BURIAL: 



20MAR1641 Roxbury, Massachusetts 

1658 Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 
1701 ?Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 



2 Hannah 



♦DCheesbrough, Nathnl. 
» #10876-8 
*2)Saxton. Joset 



ipL. 



BIRTH 

MARRB : 

DEATH. 
BURIAL 



1) 



1643 
1659 



Roxbury, Massachusetts 



**«CHTLDRFN BY SECnNT) VTFF: 

3 J[fllUl_a^ #2716 BIRTH 

♦ Lay, Phebe #2717 HARED. 

* 1650-1699 DEATH 

* d/0 Robert: BIIEIAL 

4. 

* 

* 

*. 

5. 

* 

♦ 

6. 

« 

* 

7' 
» 

» 

♦ 

9 Mary RTRTH 

♦ DEATH. 
♦ BURIAL 



14JUL1646 
1698 



Roxbury, Massachusetts 
Saybrook, ?CT 



AajL. 



#1351 



Palner, Gershom#1350 



EiEia 

JIAEEE. 
DEAIE 
BURIAL 



20MAY1649 Roxbury, Massachusetts 

28N071667 Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 
17NOV1706 Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 
Vaquetequok Cemetery. Stonington. CT 



Borodell 



Samuel, Stanton 



See #5394-10 



aiEIH. 
HAEED. 
DEAIK 
BURIAL 



1651 
16JUN1680 



Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 



George 



Gorham, Mercy 

1658-1725 
d/Q Jnhn A DpsI 



Xfi_ 



aiEia 

MARRD 

DEATH. 

_EIIEIAL 



1653 
27DEC1711 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 



YilUaa 



Stanton, Sarah 
-1713 
See #5394-9 



aiEiH. 

MARRD 
DEATH 

^EHEIAL 



1655 
02MAR1715 



Margaret 



Brown Jr. , James 



BIRTH 

MEED. 

DEATH. 

.EIZSIAL 



1657 



1659 
10MAR1671 



Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 



. Denison, George (Cont. ) #2702-B 



. . CHILIjRg? OF : 

George #2702-6- 1-Edward bpt. 1683. . 2- Joseph bpt. 1683 d. 1725CT m Prudence Minor.. 

3-Mercy bpt. 1633 m Morecai Dunbar.. 

4-Sainuel bpt. 1686 m Mrs. Mary Miner. . 

5-Elizabeth bpt. 1690 m Christopher Champlin, Jr. 

6-Desire bpt. 1593 m John Villians. . 

7-Thankful bpt. 1695 m Thomas Stanton.. 

8-George bpt. 1699. . 
Villiam #2702-7-l-Villiam b. 24MAR1637. . 

2-Sarah b. 14APR1689 m Benjamin Avery of Groton. . 

3-George b. 28FEB1692. . 

. . (27®2) George Sr. returned to England after death of first wife cl643 4 remarried. 
Vhiie in England cl643 (according to letter of brother; Maj . Gen. Daniel Denison)he 
fought under Oliver Cromwell in the army of Parliament & was in the Battle of York or 
Marston Moor where he was taken prisoner & later escaped. He had been wounded in the 
battle of JTasby where he was nursed by future wife, Ann Borodell. 

In the war against King Phillip, leader of allied Indian forces, George Denison Sr.was 
a Captain of ITew London CT County forces under Major Robert Treat and participated in thei 
great swamp fight of 19DEC1675. In 1676, as Provo-Marshall, he led troops in pursuit of 
the remnants of the the Narragansett & Vampanaug Indians 4 succeeded in defeating them 3i 
capturing their chief, Canonchet, who was brought to Stonington where he was shot on his 
refusal to make peace with the English. The Town of Hew London granted Capt. George 
Denison 200 acres of land in the ?equot-se-poos valley at Mystic in 1652, whereupon he 
built a dwelling house (3MAY1663 ) . 

He served as assistant 3t Deputy to the Connecticut Assembly for fifteen sessions. 
. . (2703) Ann's brother, John Borodell, gave George Denison £300 as Ann's Dowry. 
.. (2702-7) Villiam served in King Phillip's Var against the Indians around 1675. .; 

rn'RCFS !, V.<^r. TNFO' (RVSO 18SEP1987), Wheeler's "History of Stonington CT", Stonington CT Vital RecordsCBarbour) , 



HUSBAITD'S FULL SAME: Benjamin. John 



EAEI2 



121{AR1585 ELACE 



ARRVD MASS ACHUSETTS 1 63;> 



#2704-A 



Chalvlngton/Heathfield, Sussex County, England 

England 

Vatertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 



HAEfiE: 1619 ELACE 

DEAIS: 14JUiri645 PLACE 

BURIAL: ELACE 

QIHEE. RES I PEACES: Cambridge MA 

OCCUPATIOTTS: Constable/Landowner BEL I r, TOW : Congregational 

SPELL I UG V A5IATIQ1TS: cl494 Berlngton Fanlly split with one group becoming: Benjamin 

HTS FATHER: Benjamin. ?Jnhn MQIHlEj » 



VTFE'S FULL NAME: Eddy, Abigail 



#2705 



BAPTZ : 060CT1601 PLACE 
2EAIS: 20MAY1687 ELAC£ 
EMIAL: PLACE 
OTHER RESIDENCES: Cambridge 
QCCgPATIOHS: Housekeeper 
HEP FATHEP: Eddy. Vini^m 



Cranbrook, Kent County, England 
Charlestovra, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 



MA till C1637, Heathfield Parish, England 

RELIGION : Congregational 
#5410 MOTHER: Fnstf^n. 



Mary 



#5411 



CHTLDPEW/«SPQUSE 



JiAIEl 



PLACE: 



1_Iq1ul. 



» Allen, Lydia 
♦ -1709 
« d/o Villiam 



aiEiH. 

MAPPD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



cl620 England 
1650 Massachusetts 
22DEC1706 Vatertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 



2 Abigail 



*l)Stubbs, Joshua d.cl654 MARRD 
*2) Woodward, John DEATH 
♦ SIIEIAL 



1624 England 
cl641 Vatertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 
1704 ?Watertawn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 



3 Samuel 
» ? 

* 
♦ 



Mary 



HAEEE. 
DEATH 

_EMIAL 



cl628 England 
25SEP1669 Hoccanum, Hartford County, Connecticut 



4 Mary 
* 



aiEiE 

DEATH 
.BURIAL 



cl629 
10APR1646 Vatertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 



5 Joseph 



#1352 



BISIE 

»1) Lambert, Jemima WARRD 
*2) Clark, Sarah #1353 DEAIE 
♦ BURIAL 



16SEP1633 Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 
1704 ITew London, New London County, Connecticut 



6 Joshua 

* Stowe, Thankful 

* 1659MA-1691MA 

* d/n ITath. ft Eli ^ 



SIEIH. 
MSSD. 
DEATH 

_SimiAL 



06MAY1642 Vatertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 

AUG1682 
06MAY1684 Charlestown, Massachusetts 
Burial Hill, Char lestown. Massachusetts 



7_Caleb_ 



* Hale, Mary 

♦ 1649CT-1700CT 
» d/o Sa muel A Mary 



BIRTH 
MARRD 

DEAIE 
BURIAL 



1643 Vatertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 
C1670 
08MAY1684 Vethersf ield/Hartf ord, Hartford County, CT 



8_Al2al. 



BIEia 

» Myrick, Amity <Amithy) MARRD 
* 1654MA-1713MA DEATH 
t d/n Jnhn A FUt:. BURIAL: 



cl645 Vatertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 
06irOV1671 ?Massachusetts 

?1710 Charlestown, Massachusetts 



.. (2704) John 4 family arrived Boston Harbor Sunday evening, 16SEP1632, after a 12 week 
voyage aboard the 'Lion' from Plymouth, England. His voyage to the New Vorld may have 
been induced by the fact that his freind, Governor Vinthrop, had preceded him by two 
years and that his wife had two brothers already in Massachusetts. 

In 1634, he was appointed a constable in Cambridge by the General Court of 
Massachusetts which made him the chief executive officer of the town & was a position of 
prestige 4 honor. 

In 1642, he owned the largest homestall in Vatertown MA & it was referred to by 
Governor Vinthrop as "...unsurpassed in elegance 4 comfort by any in the vicinity..." 



Benjamin, John (Continued) • #2704-B 



. . CHILDREN : 

John #2704-1-1-John b. 10SEP1651 d. 18irOV1708MA ml Mehitable ? m2 Sarah ?Ralph. . 
2-Lydia b.3APR1653 Thomas Batt. . 

3-Abigail b. 14JnL1655 ml678ItA Samuel Ieal..4-Mary b.2AUG1558.. 
5-Daniel b. 12SEP1660 d. 13SEP1719MA ml6a7 Eliz. Brovm. . 6-Ann b. 4AUG1662. 
7-Sarah b. 1663 d. 1745JtA m Vm. Hagar Jr. . . 
8-Abel b.20KAY1668 d.4KAS1720MA ml694 Abigail Stimson. . 
Abigail#2704-2-l-Samuel b. 3AUG1642MA d. young. . 2-Elizabeth ml674 Jonathan StiJKcm. . 
Stubbs 3-Mary b. cl650 ml674 John Traine. . 
Voodward 4-Abigail b.cl656/7 d. 1683]tA ml681/2 Jeremiah lorse. . 

5-Rose b. 18AUG1659 d. cl694 ml686 Richard lorcross Jr. . . 
6-John b.DEC1661 d. 26DEC1736MA ml692 Susanna Grout.. 
Samuel #2704-3-l-Abigall b. cl658/9MA. . 2-Mary b. 12MY1660/6. . 

3-Samuel b. cl668. . 4-John b.cl670 d. 5507175301 m Hannah Stow.. 
Caleb #2704-7- 1-Mary b. 15SEP1671CT m BenJ . Dibble.. 

2-Abigail b. 27APR1673CT m Dr. Eben. Hill. .3-Sarah b. 17FEB1675. . 
4-Jahii b.51DV1677 d. 71753 al699 Ann Latlner. . 5-Sanuel 16aO-1684CT. . 
e-fcrtha b. 19JAI1681 (retarded 2 children) 
7-Caleb b. 1683 d. 15JUL1709CT (Single).. 
Abel #2704-8- l-Mary b.22DEC1672 al710 Sanuel Snlth. . 2-Daughter m Saml. Phlpps. . 

3-Abel 2DEC1675HA d. young. . 4-John b. 14JA51676/7 d. 1732MA ml Eliz. Rogers i 
m2 Hannah Kettle. . 5-Abigail b. 26AUG1680 (single in 1733).. 

6-jQshua b. 1QAPR1686 ml724 Abigail Phlpps.. 

On 7APR1636, John's home was severely damaged by fire in Sewtowne with his extensive 
library also damaged. On ITovember 7, 1634, he was excused from military training on 
account of age and infirmity but was required to have at all times arms for himself and 
servants. 

In his will written on 12Jinri645, two days before death, he bequeathed to his wife: two 
cows, forty bushels of corn, one part flower of all his household stuff 4 in an amendment 
he provided that she would be able to gather firewood from his lands as long as she 
lived. Son, John, received a double portion over his brothers & sisters who were to 
divide his property equally with the provision that their mother was to occupy the house 
and three adjoining acres as long as she lived. 

John Sr.'s estate consisted of a house and meadow next to the mill, a lot, house 4 60 
acres (homestall ) , 10 acres of meadow near Oyster Bank, 10 acres in Rocky Meadow, 8 acres 
in Great Dividends, St 16 in Vatertown. The inventory was valued at 1297 which was a 
great estate for those times. (See Bicha & Brown for Benjamin English Ancestry) 
. . (2705) Abigail probably lived in Vatertown till 1654 when she removed to Charlestown to 
live with daughter, Abigail Stubbs. 

. . (2704-1) John Jr. was a blacksmith. In 1664, he removed to Hartford CT but quickly 
returned to Vatertown. 

. . (2704-3) Samuel had to appear before the Selectmen of Vatertown KA on 11DEC1656 to 
prove his Industriousness who were concerned that he was too 'idle'. He won them to his 
side 4 later moved to Connecticut where he died. 

.. (2704-6) Joshua was a saddler by occupation. In 1676, during King Phillip's Var 
against the Indians, Joshua served under Capt. Cutler in hauling supplies to outlying 
garrisons. At one time on a trip back from Marlborough, he narrowly escaped when his 
company was almost cut off. Their were no surviving offspring of his marriage. 
. . (2704-7) Caleb died without a written will leaving an estate of over 240 acres & valued 
at £153.4.0. His widow remarried a Valter Harris Sr. of Glastonbury CT. 

(2704-8) Abel was a rope maker. At Charlestown MA, he was at various tines also: 
overseer of the swine, tithingnan, town messenger, 4 bell ringer. 



SOMES H!!if: INFO' (RVSO 02N0V1987), Savage's 6enealogical Dictionary, Haclcenzie, John Sfs Will; Sen, Register V.III p. 177, 
Bond's 'Sen, of Famlies i Descendants of Early Settlers of yatertoin', Bicha 4 Brown, 



HUSBA?rD'S FULL TIA.XE : Denison, Capt. John 



BIBJR 



D£AI£ 



14JUL1646 ELACE 



26I0V1667 2LAC2. 



1698 ELA£E 



aiffilAL: 



ELA£E 



Roxbury, Massachusetts 
?SaybrQok, Connecticut 



#27 16- A 



RELTOiniT: Congregational 



QIHEE. RESIPEgCES: Stonington 3i Preston/Griswold CT 
OCCUR AT I OTIS : 

MILITARY EECQEUt 

H I S FATHER; DgnlSOn . Geargg #2702 & 54 32 MOTUFR: Boradpn . Ann #2703 h q4?.3 

VIFE'S FULL lAlCE : Lay, Phebe #2717 



1650 ELACE 



1699 PLACE 



EIEIE: 

DRATH : 

BURIAL: PLACE 

OTHER RE5IDE?TCES : 

QCCUPATTOITS : 

HER FATHER : Lay. Robert 



RELIGIQ?: 
#5434 MOTHER: ^ 



Sariah . 



#5435 



CHILDRE7r/*SP0USE 




DATE: 


PLACE: 


1 Phebe 


. BIRTH 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


1667 


Died young. 


2 John 

* Mason, Ann 

* 

» d/o John 


. BIRTH 
KARRD 
DEATH, 
BURIAL 


01JAiri669 
1690 
1599 


?Stonington, Sew London County, Connecticut 
Saybrook, Middlesex County, Connecticut 


3 George 

* Wetherell, Mary 

♦ -1711CT 
* 


. BIRTH 
KAERD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


28MAE1671 

1694 

22JAII1720 


Sew London, Hew London County, Connecticut 
Sew London, Hew London County, Connecticut 


4 Robert 

* Stanton, Joannna 

* 

» #5394-8-1 


. BIRTH 
JIARED 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


17SEP1673 
1696 
1737 


Montville, Hew London County, Connecticut 


5 ¥111 iaa #1358 
♦ Avery, Tfarj #1359 
* 


. BIRTH 
XARRD, 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


07APR1677 

1698 

30JAI1730 


Stonington, few London County, Connecticut 
Forth Stonington, lew London Co. , Connecticut 


6 Daniel 


BIRTH 


28MAR1680 


?Preston/Griswold, Sew London Co. , Connecticut 



♦ DStanton, Mary 

* #5394-8-4 d. 1724 

*2)Cogswell. Jane 



HAEEC.'l 
DEATH 
_BIIEIAL 



)01JA51703 
130CT1747 



7 Samuel 

♦ 



aiEiH. 

DEATH 
.EIIEIAL 



23FEB1683 



d. young 



8 Ann 



*l)Mlnor, Samuel 
*2) Denison, Edward 

♦ 



BIRTH 

MEED. 

DEAIE 

.BIffilAL 



03OCT1684 



9 Phebe 



* Billings, Ebenezer 



BIRTH 

HAEED. 

DEATH. 

.EIIEIAL 



10_SaraJi. 



* Williams, Isaac 



BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH. 
.EIIElALi 



29JUL1692 



I 



Denison, John (Continued) #2716-B 



CHILDRE!? OF : 

John #2716-2-l-John b. 30MR1692 d. 1732 Single.. 

. 2-Daniel b. 130CT1693 m Mehi table Foster 

3-JaiDes b.26FE31695 d. 1717 Single.. 

4-Abisail b. 25AUG1696 inl717CT Dea. Ebenezer Pratt.. 

5-Jabez b. AUG1698 m Dorothy Cogswell.. 
George #2716-3-l-Grace b. 4MAS1695 m Edward Hallan. . 2-Phebe b. 16MAR1697 m Gibson Harris: 

3-Hannah b.28MS1699 m John Hough.. 

4-Borodell b. 17Myl701 m Jonathan Latimer. . 

5-Daniel b.27JUnl703 m Rachel Starr.. 

6-Vetherell b. 24AOG1705 m Lydia Moore.. 7-Ann b. 15AUG1707 m twice.. 

8-Sarah b.20JU]J1710 m Villiam Douglas.. 
Robert #2716-4-l-Ann b. 1695 d. young. . 2-Rabert b. 16987 m twice d. Nova Scotia.. 

3-John b.28MAR1698 m Patience Griswold. . 

4-Joanna b. 1699 m Thos. Morehouse. . 5-Mary b. ? d. young. . 

e-Hathaniel b. 1702 d. 1722. . 7-Andrew b. 1704 m Rebecca Chesebrough. . 

8-Sarah b. 1706 d. 1714. . 9-Ann b. 1707 ml725 James Fitch.. 
10-Thonas b.20OCT1709 m Eliz. Bailey. . 11-Lucy b. 1711 m Samuel Sogers.. 
12-Elizabeth b. 1712 d. young. . 13-Abigail b. 1714 m Vm. ¥attles. . 
14-GeQrge b. 1715 d. young 
Daniel #2716-6- 1-Mary b.29AUG1705 m Jathan Snith. . 2-Daniel b. 111TOV1707 d. young.. 

3-Beebe b.27JAI1709 m Sarah Avery. . 4-Rachel b. 16JUL1710. . 

5-Esther b.22MAR1712 m Isaac Smith. . 6-Lucy b. 130CT1714 m Jonas Prenticei 

7-John b.21J[AY1716. .8-Prudence b. 27AJA51718 m Vm. Denison.. 

9-Daniel b. 22AMR1720. . 10-Phebe- b. 24APR1723 m Vm. Avery.. 
11-Sarah b.25AUG1724. . 



(2716) John served in the colonial wars against the Indians(King Philip's Var 1675) 
2716-2 John's widow remarried Samuel Cogswell. 



^Oi;RCf<; \ VM -m ' CRVSO !3NQV1987), yheeler p,339 



mrSBATTD-S FULL ITAJCE: Avery, John 



#2718- A 



EIEIH 



MBSH 



10FEB1654 ELAC£ 



29S0V1675 ELACE 



ELAC£: 
ELAC£ 



Few London, Uew London County, Connecticut 
Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 



WRIAL: 

QIH£E. RESIDEIfCES: 

OCCUPATIONS; Landowner in Stonington, Groton, 4 Preston CT RELIGION : Congregational 

HILITARY SE£QEJ2: Served in King Philp's War against the Indians 01675 

HIS FATHER: Avgry. Jaaes »5436 wother: orpPT^siaHp. 



Hannah #5437 



VTFE'S FULL NAME: Chesebrough, Abigail 



#2719 



filEItt: 30SEP1656 ELAC£: 

DEAIH: PLACE : 

EIIEIAL: ELACE: 

OTHER RESIDENCES : 

QCCUPATIQgS: 

HER FATHER; ChesebrQugb. Samuel 



CHILDREN/ ESPOUSE 



New London, New London County, Connecticut 



RELIGION: Congregational 
#5438 MOTHER: Ingraham. Abigail 



#5439 



DATE; 



PLACE; 



1 Abigail 

* 

» 



BIEIH. 

DEATH. 

.EIIEIAL 



15JAN1677 Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 
18JUL1677 Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 



2 Abigail 



♦ Packer, Capt. James 
« 

* #2692-7 



BIRTH 
WARRD 

DEAIE 
BURIAL 



18JAN1679 ?StQnington, New London County, Connecticut 



3_aar5_ 



#1359 



« Denisan, Vm. #1350 

» 
» 



BIRTH 
MARRD 

DEATH. 
BURIAL 



14NOV1680 ?Stonington, New 
1698 
1762 TStonington, New 



London County, 
London County, 



Connecticut 
Connecticut 



4 John 



* Denisan, Sarah 
» 



aiSTH. 

MARRD 

DEATH 

_BIIEIAL 



01APR1683 ?Stonington, New 
23AnG1705 ?Stonington, New 
C1763 



London County, 
London County, 



Connecticut 
Connecticut 



5 Benlamln 



♦ Denison, Sarah 

» 

♦ 



BIRTH 

WARRD 

DEATH. 
BURIAL 



1686 ?Stoningtan, New 
1711 
03DEC1762 



London County, Connecticut 



6 Villlan 



*1) Richardson, Anna 
»2)Wallcer, Sarah 
» 



BIEIH. 
HAESJl:!) 
DEAIE 
BURIAL; 



1687 ?Stonington, New 
1715/6 

North Stonington, 



London County, 
New London Co. 



Connecticut 
, Connecticut 



7 Elizabeth 

* 
» 
» 



EiEia 

KARRD 

DEATH 

JBHRIAL 



270CT1690 TStonington, New London County, Connecticut 



8_Aima. 



» Satterlee, Villiam 

« 



BIRTH 

MARRD 

DEATH 

.BIIEIAL 



1692 ?Stonington, New 
06SEP1711 



London County, Connecticut 



9 Ellsha 



<TVI g? 



» Babcock, Elizabeth 

» 



ElEIE 

HAESa 
DEATH 

_SIIEIAL 



1694 



10 Desire 

* 
* 



BIEIH. 
HAEEH 
DEAIH. 
BURIAL; 



1694 



Avery, John. 



(Continued) #2718-B 



11 


JGSiah 


BIRTH 


1697 














Edmund, ? 


ME2^ 


















DEAIE 


















BURIAL 














12. 


Daniel 


BIRTH 


05IIOV1699 


?Staningtan, 


New 


London 


County, 


Connecticut 






Msm 


















DMia 


















BURIAL 














13. 


Nathaniel 


BIRTH 


1701 


TStonington, 


New 


London 


County, 


Connecticut 




? , Abigail 


XASBD 
DEATH, 

BURIAL 














14. 


Thojas 


BIRTH 


1703 


TStonington, 


New 


London 


County, 


Connecticut 






MARED 
DEATH, 
BURIAL 












' 



. .CHILDREN QF: 

John #2718-4-l-John b. 14MAyl706 m Lydia Smith. . 2-Anna b. 13JUI1711 d. 1720. . 
3-Sarah b. 10OCT1713. . 4-Abigail b.25DEC1715 m John Denlson. . 
5-ThanJcful b. 15APR1718 m Benjamin Avery.. 
6-Villiam b. 1722 ml746 Phebe Denison. . 
7-George b.2SEP1724 m Eunice Avery.. 
Benj. #2718-5-l-Tliankful b. 1712 d. 1814 (101 yrs) . . 

2-Sarah b. 1174 ml Beebe Denlson m2 Benadam Denison. . 
3-Benjamin b. 1715 m Mary Morgan. . 4-George b. 1716 m Lydia Gardiner. 
5-Villiam b. 1717. . 6-Abigail b. 1718 m Jonathan Bathbone. . 
7-David b. 1719 m Hannah Meach. . 8-Mary b, 1721 m John Morgan.. 
9-Lucy b. 1723 m Peter Buckley. . 10-Daniel b. 1725.. 
11-John b. 1727 m Mary Hough. . 
William #2718-6-l-Villiam b.6FEB1716/7 d. 1717. . 

2-Richardson b. 25JAN1717/8 m Sarah Plumb.. 
3-Vm. bpt.5APR1724 ml750 Abigail Williams.. 
4-Anne bpt. 1724 m Oliver Babcock. . 
5-John b. 29APR1727 ml Mary Dennis m2 Anna Miner 
2nd Wife : 6-Amos b. 30JAN1732/3 m Patience Borodel. . 

7-Christopher b. 1APR1734. . 8-Elias b. 5JUL1736. . 
9-David b.300CT1738. . 10-Daniel b. 290CT1741. . 
11-Benoni b. 29JAN1744. . 12-Abigail 25APR1746. . 

13-James b.27DEC1748 m Martha Smith. . 14-5athaniel b. 28AUG1751. . 
15-Abraham b.20MAY1754 m Mercy Packer.. 



SOURCES A MISC TTTFO: (RVSD 13N0V1987), Wheeler p. 202, 



HUSBATO'S FULL TfAWE : Eaton, John 



EIEIH 



21AUG1611 ELACE 
05APR1630 ELACE 
17S0V1658 ELAilE 
ELACfi: 



AT?1?VT) TTRV EITGLAIfP tfS3^ 



Dover, County Kent, England 

prob. Dover 

Dedham, irorfolk County, Massachusetts 



#2720- A 



DEAIS 

QIHEE. RESIDEgCES : Vatertovm, Middlesex Co. , MA 

QCCUPATIQHS : Proprietor/ Tovm Officer 1637 

MILITARY BECQEJi: 

HIS FATHER: Eaton. TTI rhni ^c; #5440 MOTHER: 



RELIGIQg: Puritan 



WIFE'S FULL ITAME: Danant?, Abigail (widowed by first husband) 
mSIR: C1600 PLACE : 

DEAIH: Afterl658 ELA££: prob. Dedham, ITorfolk County, Massachusetts 
EUfilAL: PLACE : 
OTHER RESIDETTCES: 

QCCgPATIQHS: RELTCTnTT : 
OTHER SPOUSES: 1) Damon (dau. Jane b. 1626 m John Plimpton: one son - John) 
ffiS FATHEB; MOTHER: 



#5441 



#2721 



CHILDRETf/«SPOnSE 



DATE: 



PLACE: 



1 Mary 



* Mason, John 
* 



aisiE 

MARRD 

DEATH 

_SIIEIAL 



2 Thomas 

» 

* 

» 



aifiia 

MARRP 

deaibl 



20MAS1631 Dover, County Kent, England 
05MAT1651 



1633 
1659 



3_IflJia_ 
* 



aizca 

DEATH 
.MRIAL 



170CT1633 
1634 



4 John 

♦ ? , Alice 

* 



_fl2fift BIRTH 



#1361 MASSE. 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



06JAJ1640 ( TVIM ) Dedham, lorfolk County, Massachusetts 
280CT1695 prob. Dedham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts 



5 Abigail 

» Mason, Robert 

* 



aisiE 

MARRD 
DEAIH. 



06JAiri640 (I2II) Dedham, Uorfolk County, 

09OCT1659 

13SEP1711 



Massachusetts 



6 Jacob 
« 



BAEIZ. 
DEATH 
BUEIAL 



12JU]fl642 Dedham, Uorfolk County, Massachusetts 
20JA]!'1646 Dedham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts 



.. (2720) John Sr. embarked for Boston 27APR1635 aboard 'Elizabeth & Ann' with two 
children. His arrival in Massachusetts 15 years after the Mayflower. He was declared a 
Freeman 25MAY1636 at Vatertown in Middlesex County MA & evidently had indentured himself 
to pay for passage. 

John Sr. helped build the first bridge over the Charles River. He was on the Dedham 
Town Committee appointed to 'fell Pynes and Oake' for the Dedham Town Hall in 1637. He 
also served as Surveyor of Highways and 'Wood Reeve' several years. His house was valued 
at ten pounds eight shillings for tax purposes. 

He received the following grants of land at Vatertown: 

25JUL1636 40 Acres 

28FEB1636 6 Acres 

26JUU1637 6 Acres 

9APR1638 3 Acres 



Eaton. John (Continued) #2720-B! 

..John Sr. 's will was dated 2SEP1658 4 presented 90CT1658 & read; 

"John Eaton, of Dedham, though sicka, yet sound in memory, doe make this last Will, - I give ynto Abigail «y 
wife, the free vse of my parlor in my now dwelling house, h the Leantoa thereunto adjoining and all the 
household stuffe at present in then to her use, all the tearme she shall renaine a widdow; & sufficient 
firewood for her vse, to be provided and Layd in the yard at her assignment, I give my wife, the annuitie of 6 
pounde p ann, to be payd at end of each halfe yere after ray decease, in such things as she needeth out of «y 
estate here-after to be disposed of, during her life; or the third pt of ay Lands during the same tearme; her 
selfe to chose which of these two she best liketh, I give unto my (wife) so much of ty other household stuffs 
as comes to the value of £5, such as her selfe shall make choyse of, and also one Cowe her selfe to choose, I 
give to John Damraant, of Reading £S, to John Plimpton, of Meadfield £S, unto Edward Hobsnan ay kinsman, 40 
shillings, The remainder of Estate shall be devided into equall pts, h that pt, of her potion which my 
daughter Mary have received to be accented thereunto; the one halfe wehereof I give to John Eaton my sonne, and 
his heyres forever and the halfe to Mary and Abigail, my two daughters and their heires; my sonne and ly two 
daughters to pay my wife, their mother, that £6 p. ann as above written I nominate Abigail, my wife, to be ay 
executrix," Signed; 'John Eaton' 

Inventory of estate amounted to: j£392. 10, including "Land in the Island Playne' £23, 
two peels in the great plaine £19, by South Plaine, at foule Meadow, Right in an Island 
in the swamp, &c. . . " 

' Inventory shows that he owned a lot in Fowl meadows, but that his principal estate was 
on Dedham Island, . . . included the land on which the Powder House Rock was located. ' The 
inventory "...also included 31 yards new cloth. .. Bridle 4 Sadie 1 pillion, 1 pannel...7 
lad Hay from foule meadow. .. dwelling house 4 2 barns (including orchard) ... Furniture, 
rugg, blanket, Wearing apparel 1, farming Tools Oxen 7 calves 2 mares, 1 colt, sheep. Iambi 
swine, carts, ploughs, yokes..." 
. . (2720) lary 4 John Mason had eight children. 

SDURCgS !, 1ISC INFO' (RVSO :^inCTiqfl.';) H^ Fnglanri fi»n«lngir»l rnriay r^ffnn U 11 p Ul Hnlyn...Y_ 



I 

i 



\ 

i 



HUSBAND'S FULL TfAWF : Gay, John 



pl600 ELACE. 



ELAOi 



04MAE1688 ELACE 



lew Hospital, Pl3n]iouth, England 
Dedham, Iforfolk County, Massachusetts 



HAEEC 

DEAIH 

MRIAL: ELAC£: 

QlflEE. RES I DEUCES : Vatertovra, «A 

OCCUPATIONS : Farmer/Selectnian 1654: Dediam 

ttlLilAEl EECQEE: 

HIS FATHER; 



ABSYP TTAS SACHnf:FTT<? JTTTTIB.'^O 



#2724- A 



? , Joanna <Vidow Baldwicke) 
ELACE: 

Dedham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts 



YIFE'S FVLL Um 

DEAia: 14AUG1691 ELACE 

ElffilAL: ELACE 

OTHER SPOUSES : 1) Baldwicke, ? with son: John.. 

OCCUPATIONS : 

HER FATHER: 



RELTCTnTT: Puritan 
KQTHER: 



#2725 



SELiniQI: 
MOTHER: 



CHILPREIf/*SPQgSE 



DATE: 



PLACE; 



1 Samuel 



♦ Bridge, Mary 

* 1637-1718 

» d/Q Edward St Mary 



aisia 

DEAia 
.EHfilAL 



2 Hezekiah 

♦ 

3 

» 

» 

* 

4 

*1 

♦2 

♦_ 

5_ 

* 

* 

6 

* 

7 

» 

« 

* 

8 

»2 

* 

9 

* 
♦ 
10 

* 



aifiia 

DEAia 
^BlffiliL 



10MAR1639 Dedham, Uorfolk County, Massachusetts 
23II0V1661 Dedham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts 
15APR1718 Dedham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts 



03JUL1640 Dedham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts 
28N0V1669 



lathanlel 



#1362 



Starr, Lydla #1363 



HAEEJl 

DEAIK 

JIEIAL 



11FEB1643 Dedham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts 
20FEB1712 Vatertown/Medf ield, Norfolk Co. , Massachusetts 



Jaanaa., 



)Whiting Jr. 
)Ware, John 



Nathnl . 



BIEia 
HAEEH:! 
QEAIH. 
BgRIAL 



13MAR1645 Dedham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts 
)29MAS1664 Dedham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts 
26OCT1708 Vrentham, Massachusetts 



Ellazer. 



Hawes, Lydia 

1649-1717 
d/o Edward A Eliony 



EAEIZ. 

HAREH 

DEAIH. 

_EIffiL^ 



25JUN1547 Dedham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts 
16N0V1717 Vrentham, Massachusetts 



Ahlsl. 



SIMULL 



Howes, Daniel A. 



aisia 

MBSH 

DEAUi 

JiHEIAL 



23APR1649 
23FEB1677 



Dedham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts 



ludiilL. 



(TVIN) 



Fuller, John 



aiRiH. 

HAEEBl 

DEAIE 

.EIIEIAL 



23APR1649 Dedham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts 
08FEB1672 Dedham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts 



lahjL. 



) Bacon, Rebecca 

1658-1732 
d/Q John 3i Rsbscca 



BIEIE 
IIAEEC:2 
CEAia 
_EIIEUL 



06MAY1651 

)13FEB1679 

19N0V1731 



Dedham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts 
?Dedham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts 



Jonathan 



Bui lard, Mary 

1659-1757 
d/o Nath nl 4 Mary 



aiEIIL 

UAESa 

DEAIH. 

.EQEIAL 



01AUG1653 
29AUG1682 
12JUL1713 



Dedham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts 



Hannah 



DEAIH. 
_EII11AL 



160CT1656 Dedham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts 
26FEB1660 Dedham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts 



Gay, Jahn. 



I 



(Continued) #2724-B 



n Elizabeth 



Martin, Richard 



BURIAL: 



C1660 



Samuel #2724-l-l-Saniuel b. 4FEB1663. . 2-Edward b. 13APR1666. . 
3-John b.25JUiri668. .4-Hezekiah b. 10MAY1670. 
5-TiiiiDthy b. 15SEP1674. . 



. . (2724) John was one of a body of "spirited and determined men and women who in 
February 1530, attended a meeting of Puritans in Hew Hospital, Plymouth, England, with 
the purpose of emigrating to the lew World. This company was from the counties Devon, 
Dorset, S Somerset. They selected Governor John Varren 4 the Rev. John Maverick as thein 
Pastors. On 30MAR1630, they embarked in the 400 ton ship 'Mary & John' (under Capt. 
Squeb) with 140 passengers. The voyage to Uantucket, Massachusetts took 70 days. 

John first settled at Vatertown MA and was a grantee in the Great Dividends and the 
Beaver Brook plowlands, owning altogether 40 acres. His name appeared on a petition of 
incorporation for Dedham MA on 6SEP1636. 

His will named wife, Joanna, & son, John, executors with the estate valued at 
£91.05.08. 



SOURCES i HISC \m ' (RVSO 15N0V1987), Nacltenzie, Savage, 6enealogical 4 Faiily History of CT V.VII, p,3S9 



I 



HnsnATO'S FULL gAME : Starr, John 



#2726-A 



aiBia 



PLACE 



1703 ELAC£ 



HAEEE: 

DEAIH: 

aUEIAL.: ELACE: 

QIHES. BESTDEgCES : 

nCCUPATIQJTS : 

WTLTTAR7 RECQEJi: 

HIS FATHES: Starr. Dr. Comfort 



VTFE'S FULL lAME : Bunker, Martha 
E1BI2: 1627 ELA££r 
DEAIS: 1703 ELACE: 
SHaiAL: ELACE: 
OTHEB RESIDENCES: 
CrXUPATIOTfS: 
HER FATHER: Bunker. George 



BEL12IQI: 
#54S2 WQTHER: ?. Elizabeth 



#5453 



#2727 



# 5454 



SELIGIQIL: 

MOTHER: Wa ior. Judith 



#5455 



CHILDRE5/-JSP0USE 






DATE: PLACE: 


1 Elizabeth 




. BIRTH, : 
MARRD : 
DEATH : 
BURIAL: 










2 Judith 




. BIRTH : 
MARBD : 
DEATH : 
BURIAL: 










3 Lydla 


#1363 


. BIKTH : 

MARRD : 
DEATH : 

BURIAL: 


1652 


* Gay, Hathanlel 


#1362 


06AUG1744 Medfield, Uorfolk County, Massachusetts 


4 Eleazer 




. BIRTH : 
HARED : 
DEATH : 
BURIAL: 










5 Comfort 




. BIRTH : 
KARRD, : 
DEATH : 
BURIAL: 


04FEB1661/2 


» Day, Abigail 




29DEC1683 Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts 


6 John 




. BIRTH : 
HARRD. : 
DEATH : 
BURIAL: 


DEC 1664 






20MAR1706 


7 Benlamin 




. BIRTH : 
HARRD. : 
DEATH : 
BUKIAL; 


19ADG1667 


» ?Latham, Lydia 
* d/Q Joseph #2594-1 





SOURCES i HTSC TNFQ- (RVSO 14NQV1987), Leon Carver, 



mr^BAHD'S FULL WAWK: Stone, Hugh 



1638 ELAC£ 



RTRTH : 

MESH- ±1666 ELAC£ 

DEAIH: 1732 PLACE 

SIffilAL: ELACE 

QIHER SE5 I DEUCES : Warwick, RI 

QCCUPATIQIS : Blacksmith 

MILITARY EECQfili: 

HIS FATHER: 



England?/Boston?, Massachusetts 

Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island 

Stone Cemetery, Pettaconsett/Cranston, Rhode Island 



#2752- A 



WIFE'S FULL yAWE : Busecot, Abigail 



RELTOTrnT: 
MOTHER: 



Baptist? 



#2753 



BIRTH : C1642 ELACE 

DEAia.- ±1732 ELACE 

EIIEIAL: ELACE 

OTHER RESIDENCES : 

CX:CUPATIQTTS : 

HER FATHER: Busecot. PptPr 



of Warwick, RI 

Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island 



RELIGinTT : Baptist? 
JfSSaS MOTHER: ? . M^ry 



#5507 



CHILDREN/ *SPOUSE 




DATE: 


PLACE: 


1 Hugh 

» Potter, Mary 

* 

* d/o Abel 


BIRTH 
MARED 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


1669 

1732 


Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 

Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island 
Stone Cemeterv. Providence. Rhode Island 


2 Peter 

» Shaw, Elizabeth 

* d/o John 


_ BIRTH, 
MAKRD 
DEATH, 
BURIAL 


14MAR1672 
25JUU1696 
26DEC1726 


Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 
Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 
Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island 
Stone Cemeterv. Providence. Rhode Island 


3 Catharine 

* Splcer, Edward 

* 1674CT- 

* 


BIRTH 
KARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


22AUG1674 


Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 


4 John #1376 


BIRTH 


1675 


Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 



♦1) Barnes, Hannah MARRD : 
*2) Foster, Abigail #1377 DEATH. 
» -1759+ BURIAL 



1759 Cranston, Providence County, Rhode Island 
Stone Cemetery, Providence. Rhode Island 



5 Sarah 

* Barnes, Thomas 

* <See #1400-2) 



aiEiH. 

KARRD. 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



cl678 Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 
25MAR1697 Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island 
Swansea?, Bristol County, Massachusetts 



6 Abigail 
* West, ? 
» 

» 



aiEiH. 

HAEEDl 

DEATH 
BURIAL 



10FEB1677 Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 



7 George 

* 



aiRiH. 

MRED. 

DEAia 

.EMIAL 



cl681 Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 
Middle age? 



8 Anas. 



» Utter, William 

* 1679-1761 

* (s/o Ni cholas) 



EIEIE 

HARBH 

DEAIE 

.EMIAL 



1682 Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 
27SEP1705 Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 
1762 



9 Mary 



♦ Ralph, Samuel 
» 1723- 

t 



EIRIE 
MARRD 

DEATH 
.EIIEIAL 



cl684 Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 



10 AT TCP 
* Fisk, ? 

* 
* 



BIEIE 
HAERD. 
DEATH 

_EIIEIAL: 



cl686 Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 



stone, Hugh. 



(Continued) #2752-B 



I 



CHILDREI OF: 

Hugh Jr.#2752-1-1-Hugh b. 1692EI d. young. . 

2-Thonas b. 1695RI ml740 Patience Webb? Ivg 1789 Varwick. . 

3-Oliver b. 1701SI. , 
Peter #2752-2-l-Elizabeth b. 25MAR1697. . 2-Peter b.220CT1698 m 1725 Patience Printing.. 

3-Sarah b. 17FEB1700. . 4-Abigail b. 15SEP1701. . 

5-Priscilla b. 2FEB1703. . 6-John b.9APR1704 (no male survivors?).. 

1-Edward b.4APR1722. .2-Jahn. .3-Oliver. . 

4-Abigail. . 5-Priscilla. .6-Abel. . 

1-Mary b. 13APS1698. . 



Cath. #2752-3 
Sarah #2752-5 



George #2752-7- 

Anne #2752-8- 
Utter 

Mary #2752-9- 



2-Thoiiias b.8DEC1699 
-1-George. .2-Obadiah 
-l-Sarah b. 1AUG1707. 

3-Alice b.27SEP1711 



2-Villiam b. 1709. . 

. 4-Ruth. . 
S-Zebulon b. 1724. . 6-Anne b.280CT1725 d. 1782 m John Reynolds.. 
1-Mary. . 2-Deliverance. . 
3-Sainuel. . 4-Thonas. . 
5-Hugh. . 

. . (2752) Hugh Sr. was a servant in Boston to a Mr. John Paine. He moved to Varwick, 
Rhode Island and on 14MAY1666 entered into an agreement with Randall Holden of Warwick RI 
to serve for three years with Mr. Holden promising to furnish meat, drink, 
chlothes (double apparel), and all other necessities of life. By 1678, Hugh was a 
freeman. On 10DEC1692, He and wife Abigail exchanged land with Job Greene, giving him 
land deeded from father-in-law, Peter Busecot, deceased. 

On 12MAR1704, he entered into an agreement with his son John, by which John was to have 
his father's mansion house, orchard, meadow, etc., in Varwick: he paying his brother Hugh 
Stone, Jr., 50 shillings(§) , brother George also, 50 shillings, and "if I or my wife or 
both of us should by the Providence of God be disabled", etc., "or by old age or non 
ability to get our living and sustenance, and if our said John shall do his utmost to see 
and provide for us during time of our natural lives, sufficient maintenance, and behave 
himself as a dutiful son ought to do to his parents, in all respects," etc. if John did 
not fulfill this contract, deed was to be voided. As a matter of fact, this deed never 
took effect; being revoked, and land sold nineteen years later, to another person(Barlo 
Greene in 1723) preparatory to his move to Providence. 

On 15OCT1706 he sold to son, John, for love and affection, two acres where John had set 
his house in Warwick. 

On 29JUI1723, he bought of Sarah Lawrence, widow, executrix of Villiam Lawrence, 
deceased, for £265, a mansion house and farm where she dwelt, being bounded partly on the 
South and partly on the East by the Pawtuxet River, and partly on the Sorth by land of 
John Stone, 60 acres area. The reason for Hugh Stone's removal from Varwick in his old 
age, to the North side of the Pawtuxet river, is readily found in the desire to be nearer 
his children. The place of residence of his son Jahn(and probably Peter also) was at 
Mashantatack, as it was then called (now within confines of Cranston): and here on the 
North bank of the Pawtuxet, the father came to spend his last days. 

On 24FEB1726, he sold his new homestead to his son John, for good will, etc., making an 
agreement with him of same date. The following legacies were to be paid by John, after 
death of Hugh and wife: To son Hugh, £20 and his gun. To grandsons, Peter & John, sons 
of Peter, the fallowing legacies were to be paid by John: £20. To daughter Mary Ralph, 
£40, 10§. To daughter Katherine Spicer, 40§. To daughter Abigail Vest, feather bed, 
etc. To daughter Alice Flsk, 40§, warming pan, and iron kettle. To daughter Ann Utter 
£3. To grandchildren Thomas Barnes and Ann Stone, 5§ each. To son John, remainder of 
property. He described himself as a yeoman(class below English Gentry). A monument has 
been erected to his memory in the old burying ground. 



4 



stone, Hugh (Continued) #2752-C 



.. (2752-1) Hugh Jr. was a cordwainer in Providence, RI. 

-.. (2752-2) Peter on 24JUN1696 bought 25 acres in Cranston (Easterly slope Sockonossett 
Hill) where he lived & died quietly. 

. . (2752-3) Catharine was given to the care of Edward 4 Elizabeth Carter at age six. They 
were to care for her till age 17. 

.. (2752-7) (Jeorge's descendants settled by 1867 in Thompson, Voodstock, & Putnam CT. 
. . (2752-8) Aime, according to Richard Stone, may have married a Vm. Potter. 

SOlJRCgS !. HISC INFO ' (RVSD 15HflR1987), Austin's "Qng HundrPri % Siyty fllliaH Fanilias Hartanria Birh^ri P Sfnna 



HHSRATO'S FULL ^AKE : Westcott, Jeremiah 



EiEIH. 



C1634 PLACK 



AHfiVL JtASS 24Jinri635 



27JirL1665 ELACE 



1686 ELACE 



DEAIK 

BURIAL: ELACE 

QIHEE. ReSIDEJCES: 

qCCUPATIQNS : 

WTLITARY EEOnEH: 

HIS FATHER: Vestcott. Stukeley 



Ilchester/Yeovil, Somerset County, Englaad 
?Varwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 
?Varwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 



#2756- A 



RELIGTniT: Baptist? 



#5512 



VTFE'S FULL lAWE : England, Eleanor 
aiEIH: ELAQE 
DEAIH: 1686 ELACE 
EIIEIAL.: ELACE 
OTHER RESIDENCES: 
QCCUPATIQ]?S : Housekeeper 



KQTHER;?WarchantR. Julianne #5^513 

#2757 



?Varvd.ck, Kent County, Rhode Island 



HER FATBES; England, VUliain 



# 5514 



RELTOTOTT: 
MOTHER: 



Baptist? 
? ■ Elizabeth 



#5515 



CHILDREN/ -tSPQUSE 



DATE: 



_ELA£El 



1 Jeremiah 

♦ Varner, Mary 
♦ 

* d/o John A Ann 



BIRTH 
KAREH 
I2EAI2. 
BURIAL 



07OCT1666 Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 
07OCT1757 Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 



2 Elganor 

* 

* 

» 



BIRTH 
.E2RIAL 



20OCT1669 Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 
1686 



3 Persis 



aiRin 

DEAia 
BURIAL 



1670?Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 
AUG1673?Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 



4 Stukeley EIRIH. 

* Bennett, Priscilla MARRD 

* -1754 DEATH. 

* d/o Saml. & Anna BURIAL 



150CT1672 Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 
21DEC1693?East Greenwich, Kent County, Rhode Island 
25MAY1750 Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island 
Knightsvine. RT 



5 JflaiaL BIRTH. 

* Gardner, Hannah MARRD 

♦ -+1756 DEATH. 
» d/Q Genr ge & Tabltha BURIAL 



20DEC1675 Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 
01JA51701 Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island 
115071721 Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island 



6_SajiiU£l EIRTSL 

* Fenner, Free love MSSD. 

* DEATH. 

* d/Q Thns. & Dinah BURIAL 



1678 Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 
C1703 
17MAR1716 Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island 



7_2iiiiam___ 
* ? , Abigail 
* 



BIRTH. 
HARED. 
DEATa 
BURIAL 



cl682 Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 

+1758 Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island 



8 Beniam-in 



#1378 aiEIE 



» Gardiner, Bethia #1379 HAERD. 

♦ 1687-1760 DEATH. 

♦ .BIIRIALi 



04JUL1684?Varwlck, Kent County, Rhode Island 

1703 

1766 Cranston, Providence County, Rhode Island 



• . (2756) Jeremiah arrived at Salem Massachusetts in 1635 as a babe in arms with his 
parents. He died without a will. His wife was appointed executor with son, Jeremiah, to 
assist her. The children were to be paid each 12 pence when they became of age. 
..(2756-5) Josiah's widow remarried Thomas Burlingame (d. 1758 Cranston). 



I 

Vestcott , Jeremiah (Continued) #2756-B 



CHTT.DREI OF : 

Jeremiaii #2756-l-l-Zephaniah. . 2-Jeremiah b. cl698 m Sarah Smith.. 

3-Thomas b-SKAYl?®? m Mary ? . .4-Jabez. . 

5-Eleanor b.cl710 d.pl779 m Vm. Stone (#1376-3) .. S-TGeorge. . 

7-Sarah d. 1755 m Uriah Davis. . 
Stukeley #2756-4-l-Josiah b.2DEC1594 d. 22SEP1778RI ml719 Frances Clarke.. 

2-Stukeley b.2MAY1698 d. 1736 ml723 Bethia Westcott (#1378-1) . . 

3-Freelove b.5JUL17i2i2 m cl725 Joshua Turner.. 

4-Benj, b.31DEC1709 d. 1801RI m Ann ? .. 
Josiah #2756-5-l-Nicholas 27AUG1702 d. +1741 m Sarah ? . 2-Hannah b. 11AUG1704 d. young 

3-Tabitha b.7DEC1706 mcl727 Henry Harris.. 

4-Josiah b.6J[AR1709 d. 25FEB1791SI ml746 ?Mary Collins.. 

5-lIathan b.283tAR1711 d. 25FEB1791RI ml Anne Greene m2 Mary Rutenberg 

6-Damaris b. 12JU11713 d.9MAY1798 ml739 Gideon Harris.. 

7-Caleb b. 6DEC1716. . 8-Hannah b. 1718 d. 1723/8. . 

9-Oliver b. 5SEP1720 d. 25JAII1795RI m Susannah Wilkinson. . ie»-?Amos 

11-unknown. . 
Samuel #2756-6- 1-Samuel b. 24JA]J17e>4 d. 18JUL1759 Johnston RI m Mary ? .. 

2-Jabez b.cl705 d. 1782 m Martha Edwards Ivd Johnston RI.. 

3-Freelove b. pl716 m Vm. Stone. . 

4-Thomas b. 1707 d. 22MR1772 m Eliz. Colwill. . 

5-Benjamin ml733 May Carpenter. . 6-Jeremiah d. young?.. 
Villiam #2756-7- 1-Capt. William d. 1781 ml Katharine ? m2 Joanna ?. . 

2-Ezekiel b. pl718 m Mary Dyer. . 

. . (2756-6) Sajmael's widow remarried a Stone. 

.. (2756-5) Josiah' s granddaughter, Hannah, d/o ITathan (2756-5-5) is thought by some to be 
to be the wife of Jonathan Stone (#688) but is unlikely because she was born in 1735 and 
would have been only 8 years old at time of marriage cl743. A better possibility is 
Josiah' s second Hannah b.cl718 but she supposedly died young. ] 

SOURCES ,!. Wise INFO ' (RVSD 97flUS1787, Austin, John Q, Austin, Whitaan, 



HTJSB AID'S FULL MKE : Bennett Sr. , Samuel 



BIRIH 



ELACE 



#2768-A 



04SEP1684 ELACE 



East Greenwich, Kent County, Rhode Island 



HARRD : 

DEATH 

EHEIAL: PLACH 

OTHER. RESIDENCES : Providence, RI 

QCCUPATIQgS: Cooper RELIGimr .- 

WTLTTART RECQEIi: 

OTHER SPQVSES: 

HIS FATHER; MOTHER: 

VTFE'S FTn.L UAME : ? , Anna 

EIEIH: ELACE: 

DEATH: 1705+ ELACE: 
BURIAL: ELACE: 
OTHER RESTDETTCES: 

QCCUPATIQIS : RELTGTniT : 

OTHER SPOUSES: 2) Fornan, Moses 

HER FATHER: MOTHER: 



#2869 



CHILDREN/ *SPOUSE 






DATE: 


PLACE: 


1 Edward 




. BIRTH 
MARRD. 

BURIAL 


: 1686 


Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island 


2 Elizabeth 




. BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


.... +1721 




* Innan, Edward 

* 1654-1735 








#1384 


. BIRTH, 
MARRD: 
MARRD: ; 
MARRD: : 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


1)02JA]J1689 

2)25APR1699 

3) 1715 

15APR1745 




♦DFordhan, Sarah 
*2) Berry, Desire 
*3) ? , Rachel 


#1385 


East Greenwich, Kent County, Rhode Island 
East Greenwich, Kent County, Rhode Island 

Coventry, Kent County, Rhode Island 


4 William 




. BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH, 
BURIAL 


1673 

±1693 

20JUL1753 




* Weaver, Rachel 




East Greenwich, Kent County, Rhode Island 


5 Benlamin 




. BIRTH 
MARRD 
LI7HG, 
BURIAL 


1692 








Prudence Island, Rhode Island 


6 Priscllla 




. BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


21DEC1693 
09APR1754 




* Westcott, Stukeley 
» 1672-1750 

* s/o Jeremiah 


Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 






. BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL. 













. . (2768) Saauel Sr. in 1652 was a General 
Westcott his house, lot, orchard, meadow, 
was awarded 24 shillings for a calf which 
On 270CT1656 he was paid £20 for services 
On 27OCT1660 he sold certain land to Willi 
Jury. On 31MAY1666, he swore allegiance t 



Sergeant. On 12MAY1652 he bought of Stukeley 
etc. In 1655 he was a freeman. On 7MAY1656 he 
Mr. foote's dogs were proved to have killed. 
as a sergeant. In 1657 he was a commissioner, 
am Carpenter. In 1661 he was on the Grand 
o the crown. In 1668-74-78, he was a deputy. 



i 



. Bennett Sr. . Samuel 



. (Cont. ) 



'•■••■• 



■ *2768-B 



.CHILDREN: 
Eliz. #2768-2- 1-Edward. .2-Sainuel. . 
Iniaan 3-Francis. . 4-Benjamin. . 

5-Jaseph. . 6- Isaiah. . 
William #2768-4- l-William b.8JUiri694.. 
Priscilla#2768-6-l-Josiali b.2DEC1694. . 
VestcQtt 2-Stuk:eley b.2MAY1698. . 
3-Freelove b.5JUL1702.. 
4-Benjamin b.31DEC1709.. 



On lItAY1678, Samuel Sr. was granted 100 acres at East Greenwich by the Assemby. 

In will dated 25AUG1684 & proved 280CT1684, he named his wife, Anna, executrix. To son 
Edward he willed 70 acres in Providence. To son Samuel, 60 acres and meadow at World's 
End in Providence. To sons William 4 Benjamin, certain land at East Greenwich, equally 
at age. To wife Anna; homestead, land, 4 buildings at East Greenwich for her use while a 
widow 8i the next day after her remarriage or at her decease, all to go to son, William. 
To son William and Benjamin, all rights of common at East Greenwich, and to them cooper's 
and carpenter's tools (except a plane to Samuel). To daughter Priscilla, £5 at twenty-one 
or marriage. To wife; all debts, goods, chattels, etc. 

Samuel Sr.'s estate inventory included; £62, 10§, viz: 2 guns, 
carpenter's 4 cooper's tools, churn, 3 cows, 2 yearlings, steer, 
shoats, etc. 

. . (2769) Anna 4 second husband, Moses Foreman, 
in right of former husband, Samuel Bennett. 
.. (2768-1) Edward on 14AUG1676 was rewarded for not fleeing his home during King Philip's 
War with the Indians. He was rewarded by being given some of the Indian prisoners to use i 
as slaves. 



2 spinning wheels, 
calf, horse, 8 swine, 5 



on 19JUU1705 sold to Josiah Westcott land 



mim?, t, MT^r mrn ^ (rvso ufebi987), Austin, 

,,A Robert Bennett d,17e8 in Newport RI k lay have been related. 



HTJSBATO'S FULL NAKE: Crandall, Johii(Elder) ARSVD BOSTON 1634-35 #2784-A 

BIRTH : cl598 PLACE : Momaoutli Shire, Vales/England 

MARRD : ELA££: 

DEATH : 1676 PLACE : Uewport, Newport County, Rhode Island 

BT7RTAL: £LA££: 

OTHER RESIDENCES : Boston MA, Providence < 1637) & Westerly RI, 

QCCgPATIQgS: Preacher/Politician RELIGION : 7th Day Baptist 

MILITARY EECQEii: 

OTHER SPOUSES : 2) Gaylord, Hannah mother of Eber a Jeremiah 

HIS FATHER: MOTHER: # 

WIFE'S FULL NAME : Unknown #2785 

EISIH: PLACE : 

DEATH : 02MAT1670 PLACE : Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 

BUMAL: ELA££: 

OTHER RESIDENCES: 

OCCUPATIONS: REI.IGTON: 

HER FATHER: MDHEEj « 



CHILDRENZ-tSPOUSE 



DATE; 



JSlJ££i. 



Jolaa 



Gorton, Eliz. 
d/o Saml. & Mary 



aiEia 

MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



cl649 Newport, Newport County, Rhode Island 
18JUN1672 Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 
1704 



Janes 



Unknown 



Bisia 

MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



cl651 Newport, Newport County, Rhode Island 
Suffolk County, Long Island, New York 
Cape May County, New Jersey 



Jaae 



Babcock, Job 
????-1718 
s/Q Jam es A Sarah 



SIEIS. 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BTOIAL 



cl653?Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
1715 



Sarah 



DWitter, Josiah 

1640-1685 s/o Wm. 
t2)Button, Peter 

1660- s/n Mathlas BURIAL 



BIRTH 

HAS£I2:1) 
MARRD : 2) 
DEATH 



Peter 



Babcock, Mary 
d/o Jampg A JaTiP 



BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



Joseph.. 



#1392 aiBlSL 



Burdlck, Deb. 



#1393 MARRD 
DEATH 
BTOIAL 



Samiel 



Colby, Seu-ah 
d/o Edward 



BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



Jeremiah 



Warner, Priscilla 
????-1750 
d/o John a Ann 



BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



Eber 



1) ? , Mary 
>2)Lanphere, Patience 
■3)CQttren. M«ry 



BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



cl654?Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
1676?Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
cl687 Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 
Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 



1655 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
1734 Ashaway(Hapkinton), Washington County, R. I. 



cl661 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
1687 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
12SEP1737 Newport, Newport County, Rhode Island 



1663?Newport, Newport County, Rhode Island 
1685 Little Compton, Newport County, Rhode Island 
19MAT1736 Tiverton, Newport County, Rhode Island 



AUG1673 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
1718 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 



1676 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 
1727 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 



, Crandall , Elder John (Continued) #2784-B 



.. CHTLDBES OF : 

John Jr. #2784-l-l-John b. 1673 d. ITJ?. . 2-Eliz. ml704 Stephen Vllcox. . 

3- Mary m Bartholomew Phillips. . 
4-Peter b.cl685 d. RI idc1705 Susannah Taft. . 
5-Sainuel b.cl687 m Sarah Kenyon. . 
James #2784-2-l-Samuel Helson b. cl685NY. . 2-John. . 

3-James. . 4-Reuben. . 
Jane #2784-3-l-Job. . 2-Joha. . 

BabcQck 3-Benj3Lmin. . 4-Jane m James Brenen. . 

5-Sarah m James Hall. . 
Sarah #2784-4-l-John b. 11MR1577/8CT d. 1725 ml Sarah Tefft m2 Mary Lewis. . 

Vltter 2-Sarah b. 7FEB1679. . 3-Hannah b. 171tAY1681I[A ml7e>3 Thos. Park.. 

4-Abigail b. 14AUG1684CT ml706 John Freeman. , 
EuliflU: 2nd Mrg: 5-Peter b. 1JA]J1688CT. . 6-Mary b. 60CT1689CT. . 

7-Mathias b. 16JAI1692. . 8-Eliphal b. 16DEC1694. . 
9-Jedediah. . 10-Samuel. . 
ll-Cyrus. . 12-Joseph. . • 
13-Elizabeth. . 

Peter #2784-5- 1-Charity m George Brown. . 2-Peter b. 1690RI d.cl734 ml717 Mary Burdiclc: 

3-Col. John b. 1695RI d. 1771SI ml Mary Crandall di2 Esther Lewis.. 
4-Samuel . . 5-James. . 
Samuel #2784-7-l-Samuel b. 30OCT1686 d. 1758RI ml786 Mary Vilbur. . 

2-Mary b. 17MAY1689 d. 11JA51732RI ml714 Thomas Brownfill. . I 

3- James b.23AUG1692 (I2I1) • • 4-Jane (IXH) m Vm. Wilbur.. \ 

5-John b. 11JAJI1695. .6-Peter b.250CT1697 ml717 Mary Richmond.. 
7- Joseph b. 285071701 ml720 Elizabeth Church.. 
Jeremiah #2784-l-l-Jeremiah b.25Jinri702 d. 1725. . 2-Ann b. 1703 d. 1725 (Single).. 
3-John b.4OCT1704 (Single) .. 4-Hannah b. 1705 m Robert Austin.. 
5- James b.4SEP1706 d. 1728 (Single) .. 6-Sarah d. 1721 (Single).. 
7-Experience ml728 David Sprague. . 8-Patience d. 1725 (Single) , . 
9-Susannah b. 11MAR1715. . 10-Mary b. 13MAAY1717. . 
Eber #2784-9-(2nd Marriage) 1- John b.cl703 ml Mary Crandall.. 

2-Eber b.cl705 ml732 Mary Long. . 3- Samuel b.cl707 ml731 Sarah Vorden. . 
4-Joseph b. cl709 m Edith Hiscox. . 
3rd. Mrg: 5-Mary b.cl710 ml735 John Crandall Jr.. 

e-Uathaniel b.28FEB1711 m Jemima (Cartee) Vilcox. . 

7-Jonathan b.cl715 m2 1747 Hannah Downing.. 

8-Ebenezer b. cl717 m Thankful Curtis. . 9-Jeremiah b. 1718 m Keziah ? . . 

. . (2784-1) John Jr. was a blacksmith. 

.. (2784-2) James's wife was not of the 7th Day Baptist faith 4 therefore, James's family 

was disowned by by the rest of the Crandalls. In Hew Jersey, he became involved with the 

whalers who settl-ed there. 

. . (2784-3) Jane's husband. Job Babcock, was an Indian Interpreter. 

.. (2784-5) Peter was a DeputyCR. I. Assembly) from 1699-1704, Justice of Peace, & a 

Lieutenant in the Rhode Island Militia. ' 



SQURCgS f, msc INFO- (RVSO 3eflAY1987), 161, Austin, John C. Crandall, 



■ Crandall, Elder John (Continued) #2784 



..1651, Jul 21, John Sr . with John Clarke and Obadah Holmes, arrested in 

Lynn, Massachusetts by a constable for preaching Baptist' thought and taken 

to Boston. 

..1651, Jul 31, he was sentenced to pay a fine of five pounds, or be 

publicly whipped. Released from prison upon his promise of appearing at next 

court . 

. . 1655 , Freeman . 

..1658-59-62-64, Commissioner. 

..1661, Sep 1, had half share at Westerly assigned him. 

..1667, Deputy from Westerly. 

..1667, Oct. 17, he was mentioned in complaint from Connecticut that he had 

trespassed to the west side of Pawcatuck River & laid out about a mile 

square for his son. 

1669, May 14, he and Jos. Torrey, were appointed commissioners to treat 
with Connecticut over land disputes. R.I. Colony borrowed 35 shillings to 
pay for John Crandall ' s trip to Connecticut. 

..1669, Nov 18, In a letter. Governor of Connecticut complained that John 
Sr . & others had appropriated a great parcel of Stonington Twp. and asked 
for satisfaction. 

..1670, Mar 11, he & Tobias Saunders answered on behalf of Westerly, denying 
any guilt in matter complained of; "but we are very sensible of great wrongs 
that we have sustained by them for several years" . The letter closes "As for 
your advice, to agree with those, our neighbors of Stonington (Ct. ) and the 
other gentlemen, we hope that your colony and ours, will in the first place 
lovingly agree, and then we question not but there will be an agreement 
between us and our neighbors of Stonington, and the rest of the gentlemen." 
..1670, Jun 19, as Conservator of Peace, reported to the R.I. Governor that 
men from Connecticut had intruded into Rhode Island and carried away some 
the inhabitants as prisoners. 
..1670, Aug 2, buried first wife. 

..1670, Oct 3, John Sr. deeded son John, of Newport, "for love, &c., all my 
goods, chattels, debts, household utensils and all other personal estate, 
movable or immovable, quick or dead-putting him in quiet and peaceable 
possession by payment of one shilling in silver by son" . 

..1671, Jan 30, as a Deputy from Westerly in Rhode Island Assembly, bills 
were allowed by the Assembly for hire of a boat to go to Narrangansett for 
hire of Sarah Reape's horse, for use in trip to Hartford. 

..1671, May 2, siezed by Connecticut authoriti'es , the Rhode Island Assembly 
advised him "not to give bond, and that if he be forced to imprisonment, the 
colony will bear his charges, and endeavour to justify his actings therein". 
1671, May 6, Assembly allowed him 20s to bear his charge. 
..1675, Jan 23, In a letter from Ruth Burdick, of Westerly, to her father 
Samuel hubbard, of Newport, she says; "Brother Crandall hath the ague and 
fever still, and have been but little amongst us this winter, sister 
Crandall is brought to bed with a son, and is in a hopeful way." 
..1676, having moved to Newport, during King Phillip's War with the 
Wampanoag Indians, he died. His death is alluded to in a letter from Samuel 
Hubbard, who also wrote a few years later; "My dear brother, John Crandall, 
of Squamicut, is dead and his first wife, a sabbath keeper, the first that 
died in that blessed faith in New England. 



H USBAND'S FULL NAME ; Burdick, Robert 

BAPTZ:19 Nov 1652 PLACE: Newport, Rhode Island 

Newport, Newport County, Rhode Island 

1692 PLACE : Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 



#2786 



MARRD: 2 Nov 1655 PLACE: 



DEATH : 
BURIAL: 



PLACE! 



OTHER RESIDENCES : Freeman (3 Newport 1656 
OCCUPATIONS : Deputy (§ Westerly 1680-85 
MILITARY RECORD : 
OTHER SPOUSES: 



REIGION; 7th Day Baptist 



HIS FATHER: 



#5572 



MOTHER: 



#5573 



WIFE'S FULL NAME ; Hubbard, Ruth 

BIRTH; 11 Jan 1640 PLACE: Springfield, Massachusetts 
DEATH ; 1691 PLACE: Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 

PLACE: 



#2787 



BURIAL: 

OTHER RESIDENCES : 

OCCUPATIONS : 

OTHER SPOUSES : 

HER FATHER: Hubbard, Samuel #55 74 



RELIGION: 



MOTHER: Cooper, Tacy #5575 



CHILDREN/ * SPOUSE : 



DATE: 



PLACE: 

1676 Westerly, Washington County, R.I. 
1690 Westerly, Washington County, R.I. 



1678 Westerly, Washington County, R.I. 
1683 



1 Thomas 



BIRTH 

Martha MARRD 



1737 



DEATH 



*1) Rhodes 

*2) 9 Feb 

Rhodes , Penelope BURIAL 
2 Unkown son BIRTH 



MARRD 



DEATH 



BURIAL 



3 Naomi 
* Rogers, 



BIRTH 

Jonathan MARRD 



DEATH 
BURIAL 

4 Ruth BIRTH 

* Phillips, JohiiT MARRD 

DEATH 
BURIAL 



5 Deborah #1393 

* Crandall, 

* Joseph #1392 



BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



6 Roger 



BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



7 Benjamin BIRTH 

*1) Reynolds, Mary MARRD 
*2) Widow Jane DEATH 

Shelley BURIAL 

8 Samuel BIR-TH 

* Foster, Mary ~ MARRD 



9 Tacy 

* Maxson, Joseph 



10 Robert 

■^ * Lewis , Dorcas 



DEATH 
BURRD 
BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



1660 Newport, Newport County, R.I. 
1682 Westerly, Washington County, R.I. 



1662 Westerly, Washington County, R.I. 
1687 Westerly, Washington County, R.I. 



1664 Westerly, Washington County, R. I. 



1666 Westerly, Washington County, R.I. 
1690 Westerly, Washington County, R.I. 



1688 Westerly, Washington County, R.I. 
1690 Westerly, Washington County, R.I 



1670 Westerly, Washington County, R.I. 
1691 Westerly, Washington County, R.I. 



1674 Westerly, Washington County, R.I. 
1720 Westerly, VJashington County, R.I. 



Bur dick, Robert (continued) #2786 



11 Hubbard 

* 1 ) Maxson , Hannah 
* 2) Wells, Tacy 



BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



1676 Westerly, Washington County, R.I 
1714 Westerly, Washington County, R.I, 



SOURCES & MISC INFO ; (As of 10/30/85) Great Men of Rhode Island p. 2069, 
International Genealogical Index, Rhode Island Genealogies (FHB 124 S/Rev 
Library) 

..Benjamin served as a Deacon in Seventh Day Baptist Church ..Other 
descendents were businessmen, politicians, and Newport R.I. building 
contractors . 



I 



..1650, Robert Sr . bought land from Indians at Newport. 

..1661, Land Evidence Book at Westerly states that Robert Burdick owned Lot 
#36 in Westerly. Book#l, p. 10 states that Robert along with Jos. Clark and 
John Maxson were chosen to assist in choosing the officers for the General 
Court . 

..cl661, Robert Sr . , along with other R.I. men were captured by Mass. men . 
and taken to Bay Colony to answer for being located on land claimed by Mas^ 
Robert was the only one who would not pay or allow others to pay at Boston 
his f ine(abti- 25 . 00) . As a result he remained in jail at Boston nearly two 
years. R.I. waited til they caught some Mass. men in Rhode Island territory 
and then exchanged them for Robert. He always claimed he has a right to 
settle where he did. His bail had been set at 100 pounds. 



..1675, Robert Sr . , took the Oath of Allegiance at Westerly and in the same 

year moved his family back to Newport due to Indian wars. 

..1680, as original Incorporators of Westerly, served in Genral Court. 

..1691, he and wife sold 100 acres of land for 10 pounds. 

..1692, makes agreement with son-in-law Jos. Crandall, whereby he was to 

live with them as long as he lived and in return Jos. was to get Robert 

Sr . ' s home with adjacent lands forever. Also he was to have the use of the 

Oxen, cart, two cows, 8 swine etc., the same to go to his heirs at his 

death. Inventory at death was: 2 oxen, 2 heifers, 6 swine, 1 mare, wearing 

apparell, warming pan & pewter ware. 



HTTSBAJTO'S FULL M?tE : Langworthy, Andrew 



#2788- A 



BTRTH 



ELAC£ 
03IOV1658 ELAC£ 



+1690 ELACE 



ela!;:e 



DEAIH 

EUSIAL: 

QIHEE. RESIDENCES: 

QCCUPATIQIS : Farmer /Landowner 

MILITARY EECQEH: 

HIS FATHER: 



?Devanshire, England 
Agawam, Hampden County, Massachusetts 
Newport, lewport County, Rhode Island 



RELIGIQIT : 7th Day Baptist 
JIQIHEfi^ 



VTFF'S FULL gAME : Hubbard, Rachel 
ElfilH: 07MS1643 ELA!;:E 
DEAIH: ELACE 

miEIAL: ELACE 

OTHER RESIDETTCES : 

QCCgPATIOHS: 

HER FATHER: Hubbard. Samuel 



#2789 



Agawam, Hampden County, Massachusetts 
lewport, Uewport County, Rhode Island 



RELIGIQH : 7th Day Baptist 
#5578 MOTHER: Cooper. Tacv 



#5579 



CHTLDRE¥/»SPOnSF 






DATE 


: PLACE: 






1 Samuel 

* ? , Bachel 
« 

♦ 


#1394 
#1395 


SIEIH. : 
MARRD, : 
DEATH : 
BURIAL: 


cl659?Agawam, Hampden County, 
21JUL1680 Rhode Island 

cl716 Pettaquamscutt, Newport 


Massachusetts 
County, Rhode 


Island 


2, Jahn 

♦ ? , Elizabeth 

* 
» 




. BIRTH : 
MARRD : 
DEATH : 
BURIAL: 


cieei 

pl700 


3 Andrew 

* 
» 
* 




. BIRTH : 
ItARRD. : 
DEATH : 
BURIAL: 




cl739 Sewport, Uewport County, 


Rhode Island 




4?Rabert 

» Brownell, Patience 

» 

♦ d/o Robert 


. BIRTH : 
MARRD : 
DEATH : 
BURIAL: 




cl675?irewport, Hewpart County, 
cl720?Little Compton, Newport 


Rhode Island 
County, Rhode 


Island 


5 James 

♦ ? , Eliz 

* 




. BIRTH : 
MARED. : 
DEATH : 
BURIAL: 




cl680?!rewport, Newport County, 
C1720 


Rhode Island 




6 
» 
» 
* 




. BIRTH : 
HARRD : 
DEATH, : 
BUUIAL. 




7 

» 
» 
* 


. BIRTH : 
HARRD : 
DEATH • 
BURIAL. 





. . (2788) Andrew according to father-in-law, Sam Hubbard, in 1686 had ten children with 

only seven living. He became a freeman in Agawam in 1656. 23DEC1671, he joined the 

Seventh Baptist Church. In 1680, he was taxed 4§, 4d. 

. . <2789) Bachel was baptized into the Seventh Day Church by Rev. Vm. Hiscox. 

.. (2789-3) Andrew Jr. died of smallpox at the fort at Newport, RI. 



, Langwortliy, Andrew. 



(Continued) (2788-B) 



CHILDRETf QF : 

John #2788-2-l-Jahn m cl721 Mary Lewis. 

Robert #2788-4-l-Robert (house carpenter) d. young of colic. 

2-Thoiiias b. 1704RI d. 25AUG1777CT nil726CT Content Sanford (1708-1814) 

3-Joseph d.?CT incl729 Elizabeth Burdick. . 4-Mary d. young. . 
James #2788-5-l-Abigail b. 20SEP1707. . 2-Mary b. 27FEB1709. . 

3-Janies b. 11APS1711. . 4-Andrew b. 14FEB1713. . 

5-Stephan b. 6AUG1715. . 6-Jonathan b.9DEC1717.. 

7-Benjamin b. 11SEP1720. . 



SOURCES & MISC IIFO: (RVSD 30MAY1987) , Austin, Moriarity, 



aiEIE 



FULL NAME : Hunt. Ralph 



Hevrtown, 



England 
Long Island, Queens, lew York 



#3008-A 



: ELACE.: Devonshhire, 

HMEU: ELACE: 

DEAIH: C1677 PLACE: 
ElffilAL: ELACE: 
QTHER RESIDEITCES : Arrvd. Newtown c. 1652 

OCCnPATIQ]!fS : Plantation Owner/Magistrate RELIGIQU : Presbyterian? 
MILITARY SECQEIi: 21APR1665 Commissioned Lieutenant by Ifewtown 
HTS FATHER: Hunt. R1ch;^rri »6016 MOTHER: |_ 



WIFE'S FULL MME : ?, kM 
BIRTH : ELACE 

DEAIH: ELACE 

EIIEIAL: ELACE 
QTHER RESIDEirCES: 
OCCUPATIONS : 

HES FATHER; 



#3009 



EELlilQI: 
JtQTHER; 



CHILDREN/ *SPOUSE 






DATE 




PLACE: 










1 Ann 

♦ Philips, Theoph 

* -1709NJ 
* 


LIUS 


. BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 




.1650 
pl709 


Newtown, Long 
New Jersey? 


Island, 


Queens, 


New 


York? 


2 Edward 
*l)Betts, Sarah 
♦2)Hazard, Elizabeth 
♦ -1747NJ 


. BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH, 
BURIAL 




1652 
1716 


Newtown, Long 
NJ?/NY? 


Island, 


Queens, 


New 


York 


3 Marv 

♦ Hart, John 

^* 

J* 




. BIRTH 
KARSD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 




1654 


Newtown, Long 


Island, 


Queens, 


New 


York 


4 Ralph (Capt. ) 
* ? , Susanna 
* 
* 




. BIRTH 
XARRD 
DEATH, 
BURIAL 


1656 
31AUG1727 


Newtown, Long Island, 
Maidenhead, Hunterdon 


Queens, 
County, 


New 
New 


York 
Jersey 


5 John 

* 
* 




. BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 




C1658 


Newtown, Long 
Newtown, Long 


Island, 
Island, 


Queens, 
Queens, 


New 
New 


York 
York 


6 Samuel 

» Sun?, lary 
» 


#752 
#753 


. BIRTH, 
XARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 




1660 
C1719 


Newtown, Long Island, 
Maidenhead, Hunterdon 


Queens, 
County, 


New 
New 


York 
Jersey 


7 
♦ 
« 




. BIRTH 
MARED 
DEAia 

















BURIAL: 



. . (3008) Balph Sr. settled in Newtown on Long Island NY in 1652 and purchased land from 
the Indians in 1656. Altho Long Island was under Dutch authority, he conspired to unite 
Long Island with Connecticut 3i was denounced by the Dutch in 1663. From 1663 to 1664, 
he was Town Officer of Hastings (Newtown) . On 4JAN1666/67, he 3f eleven others agreed to 
enclose their lands in a single field for cultivation. On 2APR1667, he was chosen 
constable of Newtown. About 1668, his house, barns, 4 all his effects were destroyed by 
fire together with corn collected from tax rates. In 1667, he was chosen permanent 

V surveyor. In 1671, the first church edifice in Newtown was erected on land appropriated 

_^for its use by Ralph Sr. which is now land at the corner of Main 
St. a Jamaica Rd. in Queens, N.Y. Upon the return of Dutch authority, he was appointed 
'schepen'or magistrate on 6SEP1673. 



. . .Hunt Sr. , Ralph (Continued) i|t3®08-B 

CHTLDRE?? QF : 

#3008-l-l-Theaphilus b. 15MAY1672NY, . 

2-Villiain b. 28JUin675JfY d. NY. . 

3-Pliillip b.27DEC167Mnf d. 1740UJ.. 
Edward #3003-2-l-Edward b.4FEB1684 m (Eliz. Hazzard?) 

2-Richard b. cl685. . 3-Ralph b. cl687 d. 9DEc 173251. . 

Second Marriage : 4-Thonias b.cl698NY.. 

5-Jonathan. . 6-Sarali m Silas Titus. . 

7-Martha. .8-Elizabeth d.pl747.. 

9-Hannah m Thos. Smith. . 10-Abigail b.? d. 25AUG1747. . 
Mary #3008-3-l-John. . 2-Ralph, . 
Hart 3-Edward. . 4-a'athaniel. . 

5-Joseph. . 
Ralph #3008-4- 1-Susannah m Thomas Smith of Maidenhead. . 

2-probably others. . 

.. (3008-1) Ann Hi husband, Theophilus Philips, may have moved to Maidenhead, 5. J. around 
1594 with brother, Ralph Jr. The Theophilus Philips who died in Springhill Twp. , Fayette' 
Co. , PA cl790 may have have been a grandson of Ann. After Ann's death, Theophilus Sr. 
married a Frances ? and fathered: Joseph, John , Hannah, Mary, St an unknown daughter 
married Abner Philips s/o Philip. 

. . (3008-2) Edward on 18N0V1686 received the Patent of Uewtown from Gov. Dongan that had 
been granted originally to his father, Ralph. Around 1700 he supervised the building of 
a house for the minister at Newtown i advanced money from his private funds to aid the 
construction. On 23MAR1702, he was named Surveyer of Highways for the Newtown area. 
Some sources say that Edward Sr. married Elizabeth Hazzard. 

. . (3008-3) Mary seems to be the grandmother thru son, Edward, of John Hart, signer of The 
Declaration of Independence. Mary's husband, John Hart, is referred to as a brother-in- 
law in Edward Hunt's will (3008-2) 4 John Hart, the Declaration signer was buried on 
Vilson Hunt's farm(Source; Helen Hunt). 

. . (3008-4) Ralph Jr. moved to the Maidenhead, NJ area around 1694 & preceded Samuel Hunt 
^ other kinsmen to the New Jersey area. 



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'.GilRCF^ .t mr. niffTQ. (Rvso 15DEC1986), y, L, S, Hunt, Mercer Co, NJ History, Charles 4 Helen Hunt, 

..fiaidenhead straddled the township of Hopewell 4 the Hunts *ere pronnent in both, Today Maidenhead is Lawrenceville 4 

Hope»ell IS part of fiercer County, 



ll 



HTTRBATO'S FULL -ffAKR: Kenner, Richard 



BIRTH 



1635 PL ACT? 
C1670 ELAC£ 
1692 PLACE : 
ELACE: 



#3048 



MARBD ; 
DEAIE: 

mRIAL 

QIHEE. RFSTPK^CES: 

OCCUPATIONS ; 

MILITARY BECQEIi: 

HIS FATHER: Kenner. 



Oxford, England 
Uuthumberland County, 
Ifuthumberland County, 



Virginia 
Virginia 



RELIGIOI; 



Richard 



»6QQ6 WOTHFPr 



Elizabeth 



# ^0 97 



VTFF'S Fin.L 1TAKE: Rodham, Elizabeth #3049 

BIRTH : 1652 PLACE : Uuthumberland County, Virginia 

DEATH : 1709 PLACE : Uuthumberland County, Virginia 
BURIAL: PLACE: 
OTHER RESIDENCES: 
OCCVPATIQHS: RELIGTOTT : 

HER FATHER: Rodham. Matthew #6098 wother: Hswitt. Elizabeth #6099 



CHILDRE5/»SP0USE 






DATE: 




PLACE: 






1 Rodham 
♦DFox, Hannah 
*2)Spelman, Clement 

* 


. BIRTH 
HARED 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


23MAS1671 
21AUG1706 


St. Stephen's, 
Uuthumberland 


Ifuthumberland County, 
County, Virginia 


Virginia 


2 Richard 

* Widner, Elizabeth 

* 1691-1744 


. BIRTH 
HARRD. 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


03IfAR1673 
Mayl719 


St. 


Stephen' s. 


Uuthumberland County, 


Virginia 


3 Francis 

« Howson, Hannah 

* 


#1524 
#1525 


. BIRTH 
HAEED 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


27DEC1675 
1705 
1728 


St. 
St. 
St. 


Stephen' s, 
Stephen' s, 
Stephen' s. 


Uuthumberland County, 
Uuthumberland County, 
Uuthumberland County, 


Virginia 
Virginia 
Virginia 


4 John 

♦ ? , Anne 

* 
* 




. BIBTH 
ItAESD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


27DEC1677 
1735 


St. 


Stephen's, 


Uuthumberland County, 


Virginia 


5 Elizabeth 

♦ Howson, John 

♦ (See #3050) 

* 




. BIETH 
HARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


18DEC1681 St. 
JAU1726/7 


Stephen's, 


Uuthumberland County, 


Virginia 


6 Hannah 

♦ Cralle, Thomas 

* 




. BIRTH 
HARRD. 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


1685 


7 Matthew 

» Aldridge, Elizabeth 

* 


. BIRTH 
MARRD 

DEAIE 


1687 
1743 











♦ BURIAL: 



SOURCES & MISC I UFO : (RVSD 050CT1985), William & Mary Quarterly V. 14, p. 173, Uelson & 
gel SOP. . 



. CHILDREU OF : 
Rodham #3048-l-l-Richard. . 2-Elizabeth m Richard Bushrod, Robert Vaulx, 4 L. de Butts 

3-Hannah m Richard Hull, John Harris, Thomas Cralle, 4 John Cralle.. 
Richard #3048-2-l-Vinder. . 2-Blizabeth. . 3-Richard. . 4-Rodham. . 5-Francis. . 
Matthew #3048-7-l-¥illiam. . 2-Matthew. . 3-Francis. . 4-Elizabeth. . 5-Uancy. . 



■..Richard Sr. was a member of the House of Burgesses 1688, 1691, & 1692 & had obtained 
the rank of Captain. His father's will was proved at Oxford, England in 1627. 
..Richard Jr.'s will was proved 23MAT1719. 
. .Elizabeth's (3048-5) will was proved 18JAU1726/7. 



pnf^A¥D'S FULL gAME : Howson, Capt . Leonard 



"s 



C1649 ELACE 
C1670 ELAC£ 



1689 ELACE 



RTRTH : 

DEAII: 

HIATAL : ELACfi 

OTHER T?ESTDETrCE5 : 

OCCUPATIONS : Plantation owner /Sheriff 

WTT.TTARY EE£QEJ1: 

WTS FATHER: 



Probably Northern England 

prob. Dividing Creek, Northumberland County, Virginia 

Northumberland County, Virginia 



RELTOTHN: Anglican' 



#3050-A 



VTFF'S FULL NAME : Lee, Elizabeth 



HQTHER; 



JL 



RTRTH : 1653 ELAC£ 

12EAIS: ELACl: 

BURIAL: PLACE: 

OTHER RKSTDENCES : 

OCCUPATIONS : 

OTHER SPOUSES : 2) Turberville, John w/son 

HER FATHER: Lee. Richard 



Paradise Plantation, Gloucester County, Virginia 



#3051 



RELIGION: 
George Turberville 
M122 MOTHER: Const ^hU 



Anne 



#6103 



CHILDREN/ *SPOUSE 




DATE: 


PLACE: 






1 Villlam 
♦ ? , Sarah 

♦ 


. BIRTH 
HARED, 
DEATH, 
BURIAL 


1672 
1702 


Northumberland 


County, 


Virginia 


2 Leonard Jr. 
♦ ? , Mary 

t 
* 


. BIRTH, 
MRRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


1673 
1705 


Northumberland 


County, 


Virginia 


3 Hannah #1525 
♦ Kenner, Francis#1524 

» 
* 


. BIRTH 
ItASSD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


1677 
1705 
1712 


Northumberland 
Nor t hu mbe r 1 a nd 
Northumberland 


County, 
County, 
County, 


Virginia 
Virginia 
Virginia 


4 John 

♦ Kenner, Elizabeth 

♦ (See #3048) 


. BIRTH 
MARRD, 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


1679 
1714 


Northumberland 


County, 


Virginia 


5 Eli7«hPth 
» Ball, James 
* 


. BIRTH, 
MARRD, 
DEATH, 
BURIAL 


C1680 
1704 


Northumberland 


County, 


Virginia 


6 

» 


. BIRTH, 
KARRD 
DEATH. 











BURIAL: 



..(305«) Leonard Sr. served as Northumberland County, Virginia Sheriff in 1678. 
..(3050-1) Villiam's wife, Sarah, was the widow of Spencer Mottram. 
..(3050-2) Leonard Jr. 's wife was the widow of Thomas Brereton. 



SDURCF!; % HTSi; y^pd- (rvsO e20CT1986), Nelson, 



fflJ.TRATTD'S FULL ITATfE : Bonum Sr. , Samuel 



BIRTH 



ELACE 
1670 ELACE 
ELAC£ 



MEBU 

DBATH : 

RITRIAL: PLACE 

QIHEE. RESTPE¥CES : 

nCCUPATTQIfS : 

WTI.ITARY RECORD: 

OTHER SPOUSES: 

HIS FATHER: 



County Cork, Ireland 
Westmoreland County, Virginia 



#3054 



RELIGimr: 



JSmSERi 



VTFH'S Finx yA}tE : Phil pott, Margaret 
RTRTH: ELACE 

DEAIE: 1695 ELACE 

RIIRTAL : PLACE : 

OTHER RESTPEUCES: 
OCCIIPATTOWS: 

OTHER SFQUSES: 

HER FATHER: Phllpntt. Robert 



#3055 



Westmoreland County, Virginia 



#6110 



RELIGIQH: 



MOTHER; 



Joanna 



#6111 



CHILDREH/f SPOUSE 






DATR 


PLACE: 




1 Sarah 




BIRTH 
HARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 




Died young. 










2 Samuel 




BIRTH, 
HARRD 
DEATH, 
BURIAL 




1702 




♦ ? , Katherine 






3 Margaret 




BIRTH 
HARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 








* Rust Jr. , Villii 


im 




4 Rebecca 


#1527 


BIRTH 
HARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 




cl655 Westmoreland County, Virginia 
C1694 Sandy Point, Westmoreland County, 
1715 Westamreland County, Virginia 




» Eskridge, George#1526 


Virginia 






BIRTH 
HARRD, 
DEATH 
BURIAL 















..Jelson says that Samuel Bonum was probably English & somehow connected with the English 
Fleet stationed at Cork in Ireland. He first appears in Virginia in 1653 as a recipient 
of a land patent in Westmoreland County, Virginia, near the present town of Colonial 
Beach. His home plantation was located on the Yeocomico river. 



(RVSD 11FEB1986), Nelson i Nelson, 



i 



mrST^ATO'S FULL MME : Palmer, Valter 



DHATH 



C1585 ELACE 



01JUI1633 ELACE 



10NOV1661 ELAC£. 



Yetminster, Dorsetshire, England 
Roxbury/Charlestown, Massachusetts 
Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 



#5392- A 



MRIAL: ELACE: 

QIHES. RESIDENCES : cl643 Rehoboth MA 

OCCUPATIONS : Farmer/Stock Raiser /Dairyman 

MILITARY EECQEIl: 

OTHER SPOUSES: 1) First wife married in England, unknown name 

HIS FATHES; . MOTHER: 



RELIGION : Congregational 



SFCONP VIFE'S FULL NAME : Short, Rebecca 
BIEI2: ELACE: 
DEAIE: 15JUL1671 ELACE: 
BURIAL : ELACE 

OTHER RESIDENCES : 
OCCUPATIONS : 



ARRVD MASS 1 63;> 
Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 



#5392 



HER FATHER: Short. Thomas 



#10-786 



SELULLOa: 



CHILDREN/ ESPOUSE 




DATE: 


PLACE: 


1 Grace 

» Miner, Thomas 

♦ 

■1 


BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


C1608 

23APR1634 

1690 


England 

Charlestown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 

Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 


2, Villian 
* Unknown 

* 
* 


BIRTH 
KARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


C1619 
1697 


England 

Killingworth (Clinton), Middlesex Co. , Conn. 


3 John 

* 


BIRTH, 
DEATH, 
BURIAL 


1615 
24AUG1677 


England 
Massachusetts 


4 Jonah 

♦ Grissell, Elizabeth 

* (Griswold) 

♦ 


BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


1621 

03J[AY1655 

1709 


England 

Massachusetts 

Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts 

Newman Cemeterv. Rehoboth. Massachusetts 


5 Elizabeth 


aiEIH. 




England 



*1) Sloan, Thomas 
*2) Chapman, William 

* 



MARRD :2)26QCT1677 ?Connecticut 
DEAia : 
.EHEIALi 



CHILDREN BY SECQITD VIFE; 

6 Hannah 

♦1) Hewitt, Thomas 
»2)Sterry, Roger 
♦3)Fish, John 
♦ 



********************************************************** 

BAPTZ : 15JUN1634 Charlestown, Suffolk County, Massachusetts 
MARRD : 1)26APR1659 Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 
MARRD : 3 ) 25AUG1681 ?Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 
DEAia 
.EIIEIAL 



7_£lliu. 



* Single 



EAEIZ. 

DEAI2. 

.MEIAL 



8 lehemiah 



#2696 



i Stanton, Hannah #2697 

» 

* 



EAEIZ. 

MESD. 

DEAia 

.ElffilAL 



9 Moses 



♦ Gilbert, Dorothy 

♦ -1717 

*- d/Q John & Amy 



BAEI2. 
IIAEEH 
DEAIE 
BURIAL 



25JAN1636 Charlestown, Suffolk County, Massachusetts 
05SEP1655 Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 

Vaqiieteqiiock Cemetery. Stoningto n. Connecticut 

23SEP1637 Charlestown, Suffolk County, Massachusetts 
20NOV1662 Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 
170CT1727 Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 

Vaqiietequnck Cemetery. Sto nington. Connecticut 



06APR1640 

1672 

06JUL1701 



Charlestown, Suffolk County, Massachusetts 
Hartford, Hartford County, Connnecticut 
Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 



Palmer. Walter. 

10 Bern' ami n (Capt. ) 



(Cnnt. ) 



f5392-B 



? Green, Elizabeth 



BAPTZ 
MEEH 



30MAY1542 Charlestown, Suffolk County, Massachusetts 

C1681 
10APR1716 Stonington, lew London County, Connecticut 
Vaquetequock Cemetery, Stonington. Connecticut 



11 Gershoa 



#1350 



»l)Dennison, Ann #1351 

*2)Mason, Elizabeth 

♦ 



BIRTH 
MEEI1:1 
DEAIE 
BITPTAL 



cl644 Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts 
) 285071667 Stonington, Sew London County, Connecticut 
1719 Stonington, Sew London County, Connecticut 



12 Rebecca 



♦ DChesebrough, Elisha 

♦ 1635-1670CT 
♦2)Baldwin, John 

♦ 1635-1683CT 



BIRTH 
MARRD: 1 
MEEI2:2 
DEAIH. : 
BURIAL: 



cl647 Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts 

)20APR1665 ?Stonington, Sew London County, Connecticut 

)24JUL1672 ?Stonington, Sew London County, Connecticut 

1713 ?Stonington, Sew London County, Connecticut 



Grace #5392-1- 

Jonah #5392-4- 

By First 
Vife 



Hannah #5392-6- 
Hewltt 
Sterry 

Moses #5392-9- 



Rebeca#5392-12- 
Baldwln 



1-John bpt.30AUG1635. .2-Others. . 

9-Samuel b. 4MAR1652. . 10-Hannah b. 15SEP1655. . 

1-Hannah b. 8S0V1658MA ml576 John French. . 

2-Samuel b.22I0V1659 d. 1743CT ml680 Eliz. Kinsley ml727 Ann Durge. 

3-Jonah b.29MA51662 d. 1730CT ml689MA Eliz. Kendrick. . 

4-Mary b. 23FEB1663/4 d. 1757MA inl698 Joseph Doggett. . 

5-Martha b.6JUL1666MA d. 1752 ml587 Joseph Titus.. 

6-Grace b. 10CT1668 ml695 John Carpenter. . 

1-Thomas b.2MAY1660 d. 1686 m Lydia Utley. . 

2-Benjamin b. 1662 m Marie Fanning.. 

3-Hannah b. 18AUG1672 ml689 Vm. Billings. . 

4-Sainuel b. 1674 ml Hannah Rose m2 Mehi table Starkweather. . 

1-Moses b.290CT1673 d.5AUG1744 ml703 Abigail Allen.. 

2-Doroth b. 11AUG1675 ml698 William Wilcox. . 

3-John b. 1SEP1677 d. RI? ml696 Hannah ? .. 

4-Amie b.23APR1680 d.25FEB1704 ml 1700 Jonathan Tracy Jr. 

m2 1704 Ebenezer Allen. . 5-Rebecca bpt. 30APR1682. . 
1-Elihu Cheesebornug h b.3DEC1568 d. 1750 m Hannah Miner.. 
2-Rebecca Baldwin b.20MAyl673 d. 12MAR1700 ml694 Elnathan Miner.. 
3-Mary b.24FEB1675 ml706 James Eandall. . 

4-Sylvester b. 4MAR1677 d. 17JUL1728 ml Lydia Miner m2 Eliz. Avery.. 
5-Sarah b. 1680 d. Single. . 6-Jane b. 1681 d. young. . 
7-Theophilus b. 1JUS1683 ml710 Prlscilla Mason ml724 Jemima Powers 

ml733 Elizabeth Hascall.. 



. . (5392) Walter, on 9SOV1630 in a Boston court, was found not quilty of manslaugter in 
the death of Austin Bratcher whom he had struck. In 1631, Walter was admitted as a 
freeman at Rehoboth MA and held several offices including Selectman. In 1645, he was a 
Deputy to the General Court at Plymouth MA. On 15JUL1553, Walter purchased a grant of 
land near Stonington CT with marsh grasses for his cattle from the governor for il00 4 
some cattle. He died in 1661 from chill Sovember winds 4 the rugged pioneer life. 

Clues to his first wife (wives) in England may be found in the parish register of St. 
Andrew's Church in Dorsetshire which on 23JUL1604 records the burial of the 'wife of 
Walter Palmer' & the burial on 220CT1616 of 'Agnes' wife of Walter Palmer. 
.. (5392-2) Villiam, who had remained in Charlestown, inherited his father's land in 
Rehoboth which he sold St moved to Stonington 4 later Killingsworth CT. 
. . (5392-7) Elihu died after accidentally cutting self with a scythe. 
.. (5392-6) Hannah's husband, Thomas Hewitt, died at sea. 

. . (5392-10) Benjamin had lived in Sorthfield MA until cl686 when Indians burned the town. 
He then left for Stonington with no wife or children surviving his death. 



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SQURCgS i I1I5C INFO' (RVSD 12SEP1987), HacKenzie, ISI, yheeler, Doris Palaer Buys, 



II 



HTJSBATO'S FULL MME : Stanton, Thomas 



aiEia 



1610 ELACE 



#5394- A 



England 

Massachusetts 

Stonlngton, Hew London County, Connecticut 



HAEEH: 1637 PLACK 

DEATH : 02DEC1677 ELACE 

EIIEIAL: ELACE 

QIHE£ BEST DEUCES : 

OCCUPATIQKS : Trader /Merchant /Indian Interpreter 

MILITARY EE£QEI2: Military Cadet in England 

HIS FATHER: 



RELIOIQg: Congregational 



WIFE'S FULL JAME : Lord, Anna 
EI2IH: ELACE: 

DEAIS: 1688 ELACE 
SmiAL: ELACE 



QCCUPATIQHS : Housekeeper 

HER FATHER: Lord. Thomas 



Stonlngton, Hew London County, Connecticut 

RELIGIQg : Congregational 
#10. 790 MOTHER: ? 



Dorothy 



#5395 



#10.791 



CHILDREN/ -tSPQUSE 



PATE; 



.ELACEl 



Tlionas 



Denlson, Sarah 

-1701 
See #27'?2-l 



aiEia 

MARRD 

DEAia 

_En£IAL 



1638 Hartford, Hartford County, Massachusetts 
1658 Stonlngton, Few London County, Connecticut 
11APR1718 ?Stonington, Hew London County, Connecticut 



JnhR. 



Thompson, Hannah 
-1713 



aisia 

HAEBU 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



1641 

1664 

03OCT1713 



Hartford, Hartford County, Massachusetts 
Stonlngton, Hew London County, Connecticut 



Wary 



Rogers, Samuel 



aiEia 

MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



1643 Hartford, Hartford County, Massachusetts 
17H0V1662 Stonlngton, Hew London County, Connecticut 



HwTlTIHh 



12697 



Paloer.Iehemiah #2696 



aisiE 

DEAIH. 
.EIIEIAL 



1644 Hartford, Hartford County, Massachusetts 
20HOV1662 Stonlngton, Hew London County, Connecticut 
170CT1727 Stonlngton, Hew London County, Connecticut 



Joseph 



DMead, Hannah 
2) Lord, Hannah 



EAEI2 
IIAEEJ2:1) 
EEAIB. 
BUKIAL 



21MAS1646 

19JUH1673 

1714 



Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut 
Stonlngton, Hew London County, Connecticut 



J2ajii£i. 



Unknown 



aiEia 

HAEEH 
DEATH 

jaiEIAL 



1648 Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut 
1587 Barbadoes, Vest Indies 



Dorothy 



Hoyes, Sev. James 



aiEia 

MBSH. 
DEATH 

_SnEIAL 



1651 Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut 
1742 



Robert 



Gardiner, Joanna 
d/o Thos. & Lucy 



EIEIH. 
HAEEE. 
DEATH 

JBMUL 



1653 Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut 
12H0V1677 Stonlngton, Hew London County, Connecticut 
1724 Pawcatuck/Stonington, Hew London County, CT 



Sarah 



DPrentlce, Thomas 

s/o Thos. a Grace 
2)Denlson, William 
See #7.7<!>9.-7 



aiEiH. 

HAEEIi:!) 
IIAEEI1:2) 
DEAIH. 
BURIAL 



Samuel 



Denlson, Borodell 
See »?70P-5 



aiEiE 

MARRD 

DEAIE. 
BimiAL 



1655 

20MAR1675 

71678 

1713 



Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut 
Stonlngton, Hew London County, Connecticut 



1657 ?Stonlngton, Hew London County, Connecticut 
16JUH1680 Stonlngton, Hew London County, Connecticut 



Stantnn. Thoma s <Cnnt. ),,,, ,,■■,,■,■.■,■ . ■,■■ ■ ,■■ ■ . »5394-B 

■CHILDREN QF: 
Thomas #5394-l-l-Mary b. 1660 ml679 Robert Lay Jr. . . 2-Thomas b. 1665 d.20MAY1683.. 

3-Scirali bpt. 14DEC1674 m Uathaniel Cheeseborough 

4- Anna bpt. 30JUU1675 m Thomas Stanton.. 

5-Villiam b. 6ItAY1677ml701 Anna Stanton.. 

6-Dorathy b.24APR1682 ml Nicholas Lynde m2 John Trevice. . 

7-Samuel b.21MAyl682 d. 1751CT ml Mabel Treat m2 Rebecca Warden.. 
John #5394-2-l-John b.22MAY1665 m Mary ? ..2-Joseph b.22JAI1668 m Mrjrt Chesebrough 

3-Thomas b. APR1670 m Anna Stanton.. 

4-Ann b. 10CT1673. . 5-Theophilus b. 16JUU1676 ml695 Eliz. Rogers.. 

6-Dorothy b. 1680 d.28APR1699. . 
Joseph #5394-5-l-Joseph b. 1674 m Hester Gallup. . 2-Hannah b. 1676 ml695 Dr. James York. 
2nd Vife: 3-Thomas b. 16DEC1677 d. young. . 4-Rebecca b. APR1675 m Jos. Babctxik. . 

5-?Daniel b. 1APR1694 d. young. . 6-?Samuel bpt. 17JUL1698 m Mercy Babcock. 
Daniel #5394-6- 1-Rlchard b.Barbadoes, Vest Indies.. 
Robert #5394-8-l-Joanna b.5J0iri677 m Robert Denison. . 2-Lucy b. 16SEP1681 d.SEP1687.. 

3-Anna b.260CT16a4 m William Stanton.. 

4-Mary b. 3FEB1687 m Daniel Denison. . 

5-Rev. Robert b. 7DEC1689 d. 3MAY1727XA ml719MA Katherine Simpklns 

6-Thomas b. 9JU51693 m Thankful Denison.. 

7-Lucy b.3MAY1696 ml715 James llcDoi*ell.. 

8-Gardiner b.27MAY1701 d.FEB1704.. 
Sarah #5394-9- 1-Thomas b. 13JAI1676 d. 7DEC1709 ml696 Maria Russell.. 
Prentice 2-Grace b. 1678. . 3-Samuel b.cl680 m Esther Hammond.. 
4-Rev. John b. 1682 ml Vid. Mary Gardner n2 vfld. Prudence Swan. ■ 



.. (5394) Thomas in 1635 first went to Virginia aboard the ' Bonaventure' . He disliked 
Virginia & made his way to Boston gaining a knowledge of Indian customs and languages on 
the way. In 1636, he was appointed interpreter to the Indians by Massachusett ' s 
authorities to accompany an investigation committee at Saybrook CT into the murder of 
Capt. Stone 4 Sewton by the Pequot Indians. At the close of the Saybrook Conference in 
1637, he chose to settle at Hartford CT 4 became a friend of Gov. Vinthrop of Connecticut 
a served as interpreter for the Governor in his dealings with the Indians. 

In 1550, he petitioned the CT Assembly to erect a trading house on the Pawchatuck River 
in Stonington, and moved his family to the area in 1657. The trading post opened trade 
with coasting vessels which were cruising along the Hew England coast, gathering furs 
from the Indians and purchasing the surplus products of the planters, and selling the 
same either in Boston or in the West Indies. From 1662 until death in 1677, he was 
magistrate and commissioner (later Stonington). 

In 1670, Uncas, the Mohegan Sachem, went from Mohegan to Pawcatuck for Mr. Stanton to 
write his will, taking with him a train of his noblest warriors to witness the affair, 
with all the pomp and pageantry of royalty. 

. . (5395) Anna was living with daughter Dorothy at tine of death. 

. . (5394-2) John had been chosen in 1654 by the Massachusetts Court of Commissioners was 
among those young men selected to be educated for the purpose of teaching the Gospel to 
the Indians. He left his studies & as a Captain in King Philip's War with the Indians, 
he commanded a company of men that participated in the ITarragansett swamp fight on 
19DEC1675. Together with George Denison' s men, he pursued & overpowered the Indian 
survivors bringing the war to a close. He inherited his father's farm on the east bank 
of the Mystic River in Stonington CT. 

. . (5394-6) Daniel '.^s persuaded by his brothers to help enlarge the family business by 
going to Barbadoes to set up a trading warehouse. He was to trade Connecticut goods, 
furs, 8t farm products for goods 4 groceries needed by Connecticut planters. Before 
departing for Barbadoes, Daniel ordered a 41 foot ship built to carry goods back and 
forth between the Island 4 Connecticut. 

. (5394-8 ) Robert wa s a soldier in Kin g PhiHp's War cl675. 

SOURCES i rilSC INFO ' CRVSO 18SEP1987), ytieeler's 'History of Stonington CT', 



HnSBATTD'S FULL ITAMK: Jackson, Edward 



BIRTH 



BAPTZ 



MRBH 
CEAIH 



C1602 ELACE 



#5398- A 



03FEB1604 PLACE 



ELAC£ 
17JUL1681 ELAC£ 



RHT^IAL: 



Whitechapel (Stepney) , London, England 

Stepney, London, England 

?London, England 

lewton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 
ELAC£: 
QIHER RESIDENCES : 

OCCUPATIONS: Uailjnaker/Farmer/Politician RELIGTOTT : 

OTHEK SPOUSES: 2) Elizabeth Sewgate (1618-1709) m 14MAS1649MA d/o John w/o John Oliver 
MILITARY EECQEJl: 
HIS FATHER: JacksnTi. 



Christopher 



#10796 MOTHER: 



#10797 



VTFE'S FULL NAME: 

BIRTH: ELA££: 

DEAIS: 05OCT1648 PLACE 

WRIAL: 

OTHER RESIDEIfCES 

OCCUPATIONS : 

HER FATHEB; 



PLACE : 



Frances 
England 
Newton, Middlesex County, Massachusets 



#5399 



RELIGION: 
#10798 MOTHER: 



#10799 



CHILDREN/ *SPOUSE 




DATE: PLACE: 


1. Isreal 

* 

* 


BAPTZ : 

DEATH : 
BURIAL: 


09MAE1631 Whitechapel, London, England 
d. in infancy. 


2 Margaret 

* 
* 


BAPTZ : 
DEATH : 
BURIAL: 


01JAN1633 Whitechapel, London, England 
pl642 England 


3 Hannah 

« Vard, John 

* 


BAPT2 : 
KARRD : 
DEATH : 
BUT?TAL: 


01MAY1634 Whitechapel, London, England 

cl650 Nevrton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 


4 Bebecca 

♦ Prentice, Thomas 

* 

* 


#2699 M£I2. : 

#2698 KARED : 

DEATH : 

BURIAL: 


120CT1636 Whitechapel, London, England 


5 Caleb 

« 
* 


BAPTZ : 

DEATH : 
BURIAL: 


10OCT1638 Whitechapel, London, England 
pl642 England 


6 Joseph 

* 


BAPTZ : 

DEATH, : 
BURIAL: 


13SEP1639 Whitechapel, London, England 
pl642 England 


7 Jonathan 

* ? , Elizabeth 

* 

* 


BIRTH : 
KARRD : 
DEATH : 
BURIAL: 


?Landon, England 
28AUG1693 Boston, Massachusetts 


8 Sebas 

* Baker, Sarah 

* 1650-1726 

* d/o Thomas 


BIRTH : 
MAERD. : 
DEATH : 
BURIAL: 


C1642 Atlantic Ocean 
19APR1671 ?Roxbury, Massachusetts 
06DEC1690 Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 



■CHILDREN BY SECOND WIFE : 

S-SacaJi BIRTH 

» Hobart.Rev.Nehemiah MEED. 
» DEAia 
* EIIEIAL 



10 Edward (Deacon) ElEIH 

♦1) ? , Grace d. 1685 MEEH 

*2)Wllson, Abigail d. 1 746 DEATH 
» d/n N;^th^nTPl BVRIAL; 



05JA]!ri650 
21MAR1678 
23FEB1712 



§*♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*»*♦♦♦*♦♦♦«»**»♦»♦*«♦*»*********** 

Newton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 
Newton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 
?Newton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 



15DEC1652 Newton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 
30SEP1727 ?Newton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 





Tflt^lc^nn Fdward 




(Continued) 


1 

#5398-B 










11 

« 
* 


Lvdia 

Fuller, Joseph 


BIRTH, : 
MRRD : 
DEATH : 
BURIAL: 


1656 Newton, Middlesex County, 
1680 Massachusetts 
12JAI1726 


Massachusetts 

.1 


12 


Elizaijetii 


BIRTH : 


28APR1658 ITewton, Middlesex County, 


Massachusetts 



♦ DPrentice, John 

* 

* 2)BQnd. Jonas 



MEEIi:l> 1677 

DEATH : 25JAI1741 



M 



13 Hannah 



♦ Wilson, Nathaniel 

# 



MSRD. 

DEATH 

.ElffiUL 



cl560 STevrton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 
cl681 
26SEP1690 



I 



U^SuJJl. 



* Single 

* 



BIRTH 
DEAia 

BHRIAL: 



16JAI1664 Newton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 
1692 






. . CHILDREN QF : 

Jonathan #5398- 7 



Sebas 



Elizabeth b. 16FEB1668. . 2-Mary bpt. 4DEC1670. . 
Jonathan bpt . 29DEC1672 m Mary Salter. . 4-Edward bpt. 9JAJI1676. 
Sarah b.90CT1679. . 
#5398- 8-1-Edward b. 12SEP1672. . 2-Sebas b. 12MAS1674. . 

John b. 1MAB1676 d. young. . 4-Sarah b.8NOV1680.. 
Elizabeth b. 2MAB1683. . 6-John b. 15MAE1685. . 
Jonathan b. 10DEC1686. . 8- Mary b.27DEC1687. . 
Joseph b.6MAR1690 ml717 Patience Hyde.. 
Edward #5398-10-l-Edward b.25DEC1681 d. young. . 

Elizabeth b. 23FEB1687. . 3-Abigail b. 13MAY1690 d. young. . 
Hannah b. 10AUG1692. . 5-Samiel b. 19AM1695. . 
Alice. .7-Edward b.8APS1700.. 
Abigail b.l4SEP1705. . 



5 



. . (5396) Edward in England is mentioned in transactions with the Crown & Parliament. In 

Massachusetts, he purchased 500 acres in 1646 from Gov. Bradstreet at Cambridge for £140. 

This farm included present day Newtonville. His house was described in the inventory of 

his estate as a spacious mansion with a hall. From 1647 St fifteen years more, he was a 

Representative to the Assembly. He aided the Apostle, Elliot, in his conversion of the 

Indians. He left an estate of £2477.19 including upwards of 1600 acres of land & two 

male slaves valued at £5 each. He gave Harvard University: 400 acres at Billerica, books 

4 manuscripts. Si all debts due him in England. 

. . (5398-7) Jonathan according to some sources may have been born by Edward's second wife. 

His warehouse (he was a trader) was destroyed in Boston's great fire of 1679. 

.. (5398-8) Sebas may be a corruption of 'seaborn' or 'sebat' indicative of his ocean 

birth on the voyage from England to New England. 

. . (5398-10) Edward was Deacon of the Newton Church St a representative to the Assembly in 

1702. 



SOURCES % nm TNFH ' (RVSO 26SEP1987), Savage's 'Senealogical Dictionary' 



HTLqBATO'S FULL MKE : Denison, William 



BIRTH 



MAR5D 
EEAIE 



03FEB1571 PLACE 



07NOV1603 ELAC£ 



25JAI1653 PLACE 



ELA££ 



Stratford, Herford Shire 
Stratford, Herford Shire 
Raxbury, Ifessachusetts 



ARRVD XASSACHTTF^RTTS 1631 
England 
England 



#5404- A 



QIHEE. RESIDE!TCES : 

OCCUPATIQTfS : Deacon/ Roxbury church 

MILITARY EECQEE: 

HTS FATHER: DeTiysnT^. .Tnhn 



n^.SW IDISERi 



VIFE-S FULL MME : Chandler, 
aiSIfi: ELA££ 

DEAIH: 1645 ELA££ 

RHRTAL: PLACE 

OTHER RES I PRICES : 

OTHER SPOUSES : 1) Monck, ? 

QCCVPATI0N5: 

HER FATHER: 



Margaret 
Raxbury, Massachusetts 



RELIGION : Puritan/Congregational 
' ■ Agngs 



»lg.809 



#5405 



MOTHER: 



CHILDRE7f/*SPQUSE 



DATE: 



PLACE: 



jQlin 



1 
* 

# 

# 

2 Villiaa 



EAzrz. 
aAEsa 

DEAIH. 
BURIAL 



07APR1605 Stratford, Herford Shire, England 



BAPTZ 
KARRD 
DEAIH. 
BURIAL 



05OCT1606 Stratford, Herford Shire, England 
THolland 



3 ij^orgg 
» 



BAPT2 

DEAIH. 

_BIIRIAL 



15OCT1609 Stratford, Herford Shire, England 
1615 Stratford, Herford Shire, England 
1615 Stratford. Herford Shire. England 



4 Daniel 

♦ Dudley, Patience 
* 

* d/o Gov. Thomas 



BAPT2 

DEAIH. 
BURIAL 



180CT1612 Stratford, Herford Shire, England 
180CT1632 Cambridge, Massachusetts 
? Ipswich, Massachusetts 



5 Sarah 
♦ 



BAPTZ 
DEAIE 
BURIAL 



1615 Stratford, Herford Shire, England 
1615 Stratford, Herford Shire, England 



6 Edward 

♦ Veld, Elizabeth 
« 

* d/Q 



Joseph 



BAPTZ 
HAEED. 
DEAIH 
BURIAL 



03IGV1616 Stratford, Herford Shire, England 
20MAR1541 Roxbury, Norfolk County, Massachusetts 
APS1669 Raxbury, Norfolk County, Massachusetts 



7 Georg e 



#2792 BAPTZ 



*l)Borcxiell, Ann #2703 MARRD 
♦2) Thompson, Bridget DEATH 
♦ BURIAL 



10DEC1620 Stratford, Herford Shire, England 

1644 England 
240CT1694 Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 



. . (5404) Villiam brought considerable wealth with him to New England. 

. . (5404-1) John remained in England S graduated from Cambridge University. He became a 

minister 4 later Vicar of Standon, County Herts, England from 1560-70. 

. . (5404-2) Villiajn at about the age of 18 went as a soldier to Holland in the year 1624. 

At the seige of Breda, the English relief force miscarried & Villiam was never heard of 

again. 

. . (5404-4) Daniel was pulled out of Cambridge University to accompany his parents to New 

England. 



I 



Denisan, Villiam (Cont. ) *54»4-B 



2£: 
Daniel #5404-4-l-John b. 16JAI1640 d.9JAS1570 m Martha Symonds. . 
2-Eli2abeth b. 1APR1642 m 1660 John Sogers. . 
3->lary b. 1551 d. young. . 4-Deborah b. 1654 d. young. . 
Edward #5404-5-l-Ellzabeth b. 8AUG1642. . 2-John b. 14JIAY1644 d. young. . 
3-Edward d. 60CT1646. . 4- Jeremiah b. 6DEC1647 d. young. . 
5-Joseph bpt.8APR1649 d. young. . 5-Margaret bpt. 19DEC1650 m Daniel Masoni ^ 
7-Mary bpt. 27MR1654. . 8-Hannah bpt. 16SEP 1655. . 
9-Sarah bpt. 6DEC1657. . 10-Deborah bpt. 13SEP1660 d. young. . 
11-Baby b/d 2JU11664. . 12-William b. 18SEP1664 (survived father).. 
13-Deborah b. 30OCT1666 d. young. . 



SOURCES i ^isc INFO : (RVSO 190CT19SS), 'Jheeler's "History of Stonington CT' 



mT??BAffD'S P HLI. WAKE: Eddy (Eddye) , William 



#5410-A 



BISTH 



MARBD : 
DEATH : 



1562 ELA££ 
20iroV1587 ELACE 



2350V1616 ELACE. 



Bristol, Gloucester County, England 

St. Dunstan's, Cranbrooke, Kent County, England 

Cranbrooke, Kent County, England 

St. Dunstan's, Cranbrooke, England 



RTTRTAL : ELAQE: 

OTHER RES I DEUCES : Cranbrooke is 45 miles S.E. of London, Staplehurst in 1587 

nCCnPATIQISfS : Vicar 1591-1616; St. Duntan's RELIGIQU ; Anglican/Puritan 

OTHER SPOUSES : 2) Widow Elizabeth Taylor 22FEB1614 (d. 1637) 

HTS FATHER: MQIHEEi £. 



WIFE'S FULL SAME : Post en, Mary 
RTRTH : 1568 PLACE : 
DEATH : 18JUL1611 PLACE : 

WBIAL: PLACE 

OTHER RESTDETCES : 

QCCgPATIQHS: 

HER FATHER: Fosten. John 



#5411 



Cranbrooke, Kent County, England 
St. Dunstan's, Cranbrooke, England 



RELTGIQU: 
#10.822 MO THER: Tfnnn. Ellen 



#10.833 



CHTLDRETT/*SPQUSE 



DATE: 



PLACE; 



1 Ifathanlsl 

« 

» 



EAEI2. 
DEATH 

_SIIfiLAL 



2 Wary 



* Evernden, Saml (Simeon 

» 

3 Phlaeas 

♦ DCourthropp, Cath. 
»2) ? . Christina 



SAEI2. 
) MARRD 

DEAIH. 
MEXAL 



BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
RHRTAL 



4_IfliiDL. 



»l)Doggett, Annie 
*2) Meade, Joanna 
t 1603-1683MA 



aiEia 

MARRD 

DEAIE 

_BIIELA1 



5_EllsJl. 

* 
* 



MARRD 
DEATH 



#2705 BAPTZ 
MEEH 



6 Abigail 

* Benjaoln. John #2704 

» DEAia 

» BIIEIAL 



7 Anna 



* Wines, Barnabas 

* 



BAPT2 
MARRD 
DEATH 
RHRTAL: 



30MAR1589 St. Dunstan's, Cranbrooke, England 
Died young. 



SEP1591 St. Dunstan's, Cranbrooke, England 



SEP1593 Cranbrooke, Kent County, England 
Cranbrooke, Kent County, England 



MAR1597 Cranbrooke, Kent County, England 
120CT1684 Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 



AUG1599 Cranbrooke, Kent County, England 



06OCT1601 St. Dunstan's, Cranbrooke, England 

1619 England 
20MAY1687 Charlestown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 



15MAT1603 St. Dunstan's, Cranbrooke, England 
1632 

Southold, Long Island, lew York 



8 Eli^abffth 

* 



aiEia.- 

MARRD 
DEATH 
HTTRTAL 



DEC1606 Cranbrooke, Kent County, England 



9 Samuel 



* Savery, Elizabeth 

* 



RTRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
RHRTAL 



10 Zachareas 



aisiii 

MARRD 
DEATH 
RHRIAL 



15MAY1609 Cranbrooke, Kent County, England 

1630 
125071687/8 Swansea, Massachusetts 



MAR1610 Cranbrooke, Kent County, England 



Eddy, Villiam 


(Continued) #5410-B ■( 


11 Jathaniftl BIRTH, : 

♦ DEATH, : 

♦ BURIAL: 


1611 Cranbrooke, Kent County, England 
JUL1611 Cranbrooke, Kent County, England f 


*»CHILDREir BY SECOND VIFE: 

12 Priscilla BAPT2, : 

* DEATH, •• 

♦ BURIAL: 


**************************************************** 

11DEC1614 St. Dunstan's, Cranbrooke, England 

Probably died young/not in mother's will. 



.CHILDREN OF: 
John #5410-4-l-Sarah b. England m John Xerioii. . 

2-Mary bp. 10MAR1625EirG ml632 Thos. Horton ml641 Robert Ashley. . 

3-Ruth. .4-Pilgrim ml656 Vm. Baker w2 ? Stednan. . 

5-John b. 16FEB1637. , 6-Benjamin d. 1639. . 

7-SaBiuel b. 30SEP1640 ml664 Sarah Meade. . 8-Abigail. . 
Anna #5410-7- 1-Anna b.cl633ItA ml645 Frances lichols ]jil654 John Elton 

ml686 John Tucker. . 2-Barnabas b.cl636 d. 1711 m Mary ? .. 

3-Sarah b.cl640 ml660 Joseph Youngs. . 4-Sainuel b.cl645 ml670 Mary Mapes 

5-Prudence b.cl650 iiil679 John Goldsnith. . 
Samuel #5410-9-l-John bp. 1637 ml665 Susanna Paddock m2 Deliverance Owen. . 

2-Zacchariah b.cl639 ml663 Alice Paddock.. 

3-Caleb b. 1643 m Elizabeth Bullock. . 4-Obadi ah b. 1645 m Bennett Ellis 

5-Hannah b. 1647. . 



! 



. . (5410) Villiam was educated at Trinity College, C^nridge University. He graduated in 
1582/83 S was licensed as the cure at Staplehurst in 1587. On 12JAJI1591, he was inducted 
as Vicar of St. Dunstan's Church 4 held that office until his death. In 1980, remnants 
of the original St. Dunstan's was still standing, with a square embattled tower which has 
eight bells and a set of musical chimes which play every third hour. The rectory that 
Rev. Eddy used was still in use in 1976. He left his property & an annuity to Phineas 
with instruction that the children be brought up in good & virtuous education. 

Sons, Samuel & John, sailed from London on the ship 'Handmaiden' 4 arrived at Plymouth, 
Massachusetts on 29OCT1630. 

.. (5410-9) Samuel's wife, Elizabeth, was fined on 7(XT1651 10 shillings for wringing 
clothes on a Sunday, but the fine was remitted afterward. On 1MAT1660, she was summoned 
to Court to answer for travelling on Sunday from Plymouth to Boston; she affirmed that it 
was necessary to go on account of illness of Mrs. Saffin. The Court excused her, but 
also admonished her. 



SQURCgS k HISC INPH' {RVSD 92NQV19987), llacKenzie, 161, Bicha 4 Broin, 



mi^gAffP'S FULL tTAKE : Denison, George 



BAPT2 



MEBIL 
DEAIH 
BUBIAL 



10DEC1620 PL ACT? 



1644 ELA££ 



240CT1694 ELA££ 



PLACE 



Stratford, England 

England 

Hartford, Hardford County, Connecticut 



ARgyp wasf; achuskttr i6:^i #2702 & #5432-A 



OTHER RESIDEIfCES: Roxbury MA - 1651; Uew London CT - 1654; Stonington CT 

OCCUPATIONS : Farmer/Soldier RELIGimT : 

MILITARY EE£QEii: Cromwell's Army & Captain; King Phillip's Var against Indians - 1675 

OTHER SPOUSES: 1) cl640 Bridget Thompson d. 1643 d/o John of Preston, England 

HIS FATHER; Pen ! son . VlUlaa #5404 moth er: MnT^ck. M^rgarPt 



#5405 



SECQTTD WIFE'S FULL TIA>[E : Borodell, Ann 



#2703 #5433 



BIRTH: 1615 ELACfi 
DEATH : 26SEP1712 ELACE. 
BURIAL: PLACE 
OTHER RESIDEIfCES: 



Ireland/England? 

Stonington, Ifew London County, Connecticut (597 yrs) 

Elm Grove Cemetery, Mystic, Connecticut 



OCCUPATIONS: Housekeeper 






RELIilQI: 




HER FATHER: Bnrnden . 


John 




#5406 MOTHER: 


# 


CHILDREN/ «SPOUSE 


DATE: 




PLACE: 




1 Sarah H. 


. BIEIH. 


20MAR1641 


Roxbury, Massachusetts 




♦ Stanton, Thomas 


MESH 




1658 


Stonington, New London County, 


Connecticut 


» 


DEATH 




1701 


?Stonington, New London County, 


Connecticut 


» See #5394-1 


BURIAL 










2 Hannah 


. aiEia 




1643 


Roxbury, Massachusetts 




♦ DCheesborough, Nathnl. 


MEEIi:!) 


1659 






* #10876-8 


DEAIH. : 








*2)Saxtan. Joseph 


BURIAL: 









♦♦^ CHILDREN BY SECOND 

Joha B. |2Zlfi. 



WIFE : 



Lay, Phebe 

1650-1599 
d/Q Robert 



#2717 



BIRTH 
MARRD 

DEAIIi 
BURIAL 



14JUL1646 
1698 



Roxbury, Massachusetts 
Saybrook, ?CT 



Ann 



#1351 



Palner, Gershoin#1350 



BIRTH 
MERC 
DEATH. 
BURIAL 



20MAY1649 Roxbury, Massachusetts 

28N0V1667 Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 

17NOV1706 Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 

Vaquetequok Cemetery. Stonington. CT 



Borodell 



Samuel, Stanton 



See #5394-10 



BiSIH. 
MARRD 

DEATH. 
BURIAL 



1651 
16JUI1680 



Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 



George 



Gorham, Mercy 

1658-1725 
d/g John Jt Desire 



JIARED. 
DEATH. 

BURIAL 



1653 
27DEC1711 Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 



Villiaa 



Stanton, Sarah 
-1713 
See #5394-9 



BIRTH 
MARRD. 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



1655 
02MAR1715 



Margaret 



Brown Jr. , James 



BIRTH. 
MAEEH 

death: 

BURIAL 



1657 



Mary 



aiRIK 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



1659 
10MAR1671 



Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 



I 



Denison, George. 



(Cant . ) #5432-B '''•^. 



George #5432-6-l-Edward opt . 1583. . 2- Joseph bpt.1683 d. 1725CT m Prudence Kinor. 

3-Mercy bpt.1683 m Morecai Dunbar.. 

4-Sainuel bpt. 1686 m Mrs. Mary Miner.. 

5-Elizabeth bpt, 1690 m Christopher Champlin, Jr. 

6-Desire bpt. 1693 m John Williams.. 

7-Thankful bpt. 1695 m Thomas Stanton.. 

8-George bpt. 1699. . 
William #5432-7- 1-Villiam b. 24MAR1687. . 

2-Sarah b. 14APR1689 m Benjamin Avery of Groton. . 

3-George b. 28FEB1692. . 



£: 



. . (5432/2702) George Sr. returned to England after death of first wife cl643 i remarried. 
^/Thile in England cl643 (according to letter of brother; Ma j . Gen. Daniel Denisan)he 
fought under Oliver Cromwell in the army of Parliament h was in the Battle of York or 
Marston Moor where he was taken prisoner & later escaped. He had been wounded in the 
battle of ffasby where he was nursed by future wife, Ann Borodell. 

In the war against King Phillip, leader of allied Indian forces, George Denison Sr. was 
a Captain of lew London CT County forces under Major Robert Treat and participated in thei'i 
great swamp fight of 19DEC1675. In 1675, as Provo-Marshall, he led troops in pursuit of 
the remnants of the the Narragansett & Wampanaug Indians 4 succeeded in defeating them & V 
capturing their chief, Canonchet, who was brought to Stonington where he was shot on his 
refusal to make peace with the English. The Town of Ifew London granted Capt. George 
Denison 200 acres of land in the Pequot-se-poos valley at Mystic in 1552, whereupon he 
built a dwelling house (3MAY1663) . 

He served as assistant & Deputy to the Connecticut Assembly for fifteen sessions. 
.. (5433/2703) Ann's brother, John Borodell, gave George Denison £300 as Ann's Dowry. 
.. (54322-7) Villiam served in King Phillip's Var against the Indians around 1675. 



r 

I.I. 

i'ij 
I 



mmi% !. i!SC INFO : (RVSO 18SEP1987), yheeler's 'History of Stonington CT", Stonington CT Vital Records(Sart)our) 



I 



mSBAgP'S FULL TTAME : Lay, Robert 



aiEiii 



DEAIS 



C1617 ELA££ 



DEC1647 ELACE 



09JUL1689 ELAC£ 
ELACE 



England 

?Saybrook, Middlesex County, Connecticut 



#5434- A 



QIHEE. RESIPEgCES: Lynn, MA 

QCCUPATIPgS : 

MILITARY 2E£^m: 

HIS FATHER: 



RELIGIOtJ: 
MOTHER: 



yiFE'S FULL WAME : Fenny, Sarah 
aiSIfi: C1617 ELA££: England 

DEAIH: 21MAyl676 PLACE: ?Saybrook, Middlesex County, Connecticut 
BIffilAL: EUCE: 
OTHER SPOUSES : 1) ? Tully 

OCCUPATIONS : RELIGTOIT : 
HES FATHES; . MQIHEEj 



#5435 



~HILDREW/»SPOUSE 






DATE: 


PLACE: 


1 Phebe 


12717 


. aiEia 


05JAI1651 


?Saybraok, Middlesex County, Connecticut 


• Denlson, John 


#2716 


MEEH 


26irOV1667 




» 




DEAIS. 


1699 




» 




BURIAL 






2 Robert 




. aiEia 


06MAS1654 


?Saybrook, Middlesex County, Connecticut 


» Stanton, Mary 




MARRD 


22JA51680 




♦ 




DEAIE 






♦ #5394-1-1 




BURIAL 






3 




. aiEIfl. 






« 




KAEEIl 






» 




DEAIE 






♦ 




BURIAL 







■ ■ CHILDREIf OF : 

Robert #5434-2- 1-Robert b. 27JAI1681. . 2-Sarah b. 19FEB1683. . 
3-Mary b. 30CT1685. . 4-ThoiDas b. 10MAY1688. . 
S-Samuel d. young & Temperance (IHIS) b. 25JUL1691. . 
6-Sanuel b. 18FEB1695. . 7-Phebe 14AUG1698. . 
8-Dorothy b. 8JUI1701. . 

.. (5434) Robert was in Ljrnn MA in .1638. He removed to Saybrook CT around 1647. 
was a Freeman in 1657 & a Representative in the Assembly in 1666. 



There he 



(RVSO 13NQV1987), Savage p,66, 



I 



1 



ffTI5?RATrD'S FULL ITAKE: Avery, Capt. James 



#5436- A 



BIBIIi 



MARRD 
liEAIE 



1620 ELACE 



101071643 ELACE 



?Salisbury, County Hants, England 

Poquonoc Bridge (Groton/ lew London), Uew London Co., Connecticut 



18APR1700 ELACE 
SHEIAL: ELACE 
OTHER RESTPHgCHS : Goucester, ICA 

QCCUPATIQirS: RELIGTOIT : Congregational 

MILITARY EEQDBH: Captain in King Philip's Var against Indians i?1675 

OTHER SPOUSES: 2) Abigail Ingraham(widow of Samuel Chesebrough #5438 & Joshua Holmes) 
HIS FATHES; Avery. ChrlstQpbsr #i 0.872 mo ther: iJukTinvm #io.873 



FIRST VTEE'S FULL gAME : Greenslade, Joanna 



#5437 



C1622 ELACE: 
+1693 PLACE 



aifilE: 
DEATH : 

MBIAL: ELACE: 

OTHER RESIDE¥CES: Massachusetts 

HER FATHER: 



England 

Poquonoc, Hew London County, Connecticut 



JIQISEEi 



CHILDREN/-*SPOUSE 



DATE; 



PLACE; 



1 Hannah 

» Miner, Ephraim 

* 

♦ 



EiEia 

MARRP 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



110CT1644 Gloucester, Essex County, Massachusetts 
20JUiri666 ITew London County, Connecticut 



2 James (Lieutenant) BIRTH 
* Sterling, Deborah MARRP 
» -1729CT DEAIE 
» d/o Edward SIIEIAL 



15DEC1646 Gloucester, Essex County, Massachusetts 
18FEB1669 

22AUG1748 Poquonoc, Hew London County, Connecticut 
Vest Burying Ground. Poquonoc. Connecticut 



3 Wary 



» Miner, Joseph 



BIRTH 
MARRD 

DEAI2. 

BURIAL 



19FEB1648 ?Poquonoc, Hew London County, Connecticut 
280CT1668 



4 Thomas 



»1) Miner, Hannah 
»2)wd. Hannah Buckley 
t 



BIRTH : 06MAY1651 ?Poquonoc, Hew London County, 
ME2C:1>220CT1677 



Connecticut 



DEATH 
.EHBIAL 



05JA51737 Montville, lew London County, Connecticut 



5_Ifl]UL. 



#2718 BIRTH 



10FEB1654 Poquonoc, 5ew London County, Connecticut 
29irOV1675 TUew London, Sew London County, Connecticut 



06OCT1656 Poquonoc, 
05AUG1678 



Hew London County, Connecticut 



» Cheseboraugh, Abigail MARRD 

♦ #2719 DEAIE 
» SIffilAL 

6 Rebecca EISIE 

» Potts, Villiam MARRD 

♦ DEATH 
♦ BURIAL 

7 Jonathan BIRTH 

♦ DEATH 
♦ BURIAL: ]'iSEP1681 ?PoquQnoc. Hew Lo ndon County. Connecticut 



05JA51658 Poquonoc, Hew London County, Connecticut 



8 Christopher BIRTH 

» DEATH 

» BURIAL 

9_Sami£l aiRIH. 

* Palmes, Susannah MARRD 

* DEAIE 

* d/o Vth. h Ann BURIAL 



30APR1661 Poquonoc, lew London County, Connecticut 
08DEC1633 ?Poquonoc, Hew London County, Connecticut 



14AUG1664 Poquonoc, Hew London County, Connecticut 
250CT1686 

01MAY1723 South Groton, Hew London County, Connecticut 
T.Pdyard. H ew London County. Connecticut 



. . (5436) Jaaes came to this country as a child with his father. His mother did not make 
the journey to Hew England probably because of death. He removed from Gloucester, MA to 
the now Hew London CT area with a party of people who accompanied the Rev. Blinman to his 
new assignment there. James acquired large tracts of land at Poquonoc Bridge, 
Groton(East of Hew London CT) . His home survived there till in 1894, when a passing 
locomotive ignited the home with a spark. 



I 



Avery, James (Continued) #5436-B 



. CHILDREN OF : 
James #5436-2-l-Debarah b. 10AUG1670 ml691 Robert Allyn. . 

2-Jaines b.20APR1673 d. 18SEP1754 inl696 Mary Griswold 

S-Margaret b.5FEB1674 ml696 Vm. Jtorgan. . 

4-Edwin b.20«AH1676 ml699 Susanna Rose.. 

5-Ebenezer b. 1MAT1678 m Dorothy Park. . 

6-Christapher b. 23JA]!iri679 ml Abigail Park m2 Mrs. Prudence Vheeler 

m3 Mrs. Esther Prentice m4 Susannah ? . . 
7-Jonathan b. 91071681 m Eliz. Vaterman. . 8-Mary b. 4AUG1683 d. young. . 
9-Hannah b.24MAS1685 m Saml. Korgan. . 10- Sarah b. 10AMY1688 m Mr. Luther 
11-Joseph b.9AUG1691 m Tabitha Gardiner.. 

12-BenJamin b. 1693 m Thankful Avery. . 13-Mary b. 1696 m Vm. Morgan.. 
Thomas #5436-4- 1-Thomas b. 20APR1679 m Ann Shapley. . 2-Saml. b. 1511071680 ml702 Eliz. 
Ransf ord. . 3-Unknown Daughter b.20CT1682.. 
4-Jonathan b. 1683 ( TVIIT ) m Eliz. Bill. . 5-Villiam (ISIl) d.l684.. 
6-Ephraim b. 1685 m Abigail ? .. 7- Hannah b.4MAY1686 m Thos. liner.. 
8-Mary b. 1688 m Benjamin Baker. . 9- Abraham b. 1690 m Jane Hill.. 
10-Elizabeth b. 1692 d. 17JUL1728 m Sylvester Baldwin. . 
Sad, Vifg: 11-Joshua bpt.25AUG1695 m Jerusha Rockwell. . 12-Daughter b. 1697. , 

13-Daughter b. 1699. . 14- Isaac b. 1702 m Eliz. Fox. . 15-Charles b. 1704 d. yng 



A few years after the fire, James Avery's descendants erected a monument on the site of 
his hons. 

James Sr. was an Ensign, Lieutenant, & Captain of various lew London CT companies 
during King Philip's Var (01675) in command of forty friendly Pequot Indians. In 1676, he 
was Captain of one of the four companies assigned to protect the frontier. For twenty- 
three years he served as an officer of his town, twelve times deputy to the General 
Court (1656-80) , assisting judge in the Prerogative Court, and a prominent churchman. 
. . (5436-2) James Jr. like his father was a prominent man in civil i religious matters. 
He served with Connecticut Colonial forces during the Indian Vars as a Lieutenant. 
.. (5436-4) Thomas served in King Philip's Var((51675) & was an Indian interpreter. 



SDURCg^ f, HT!;r TNFH' (RVSO 14N0V1987), Wheeler p. 201, 



miSBAUD'S FULL irATfi?: Chesebrough, Samuel 



)St5438-A 



BAPT2 



WART?n 



01APR1627 PLACK 



30NOV1655 ELACE 



JUL1673 ELACE 



E2SIAL:31JUL1673 ELiCE 

QIHEE. RKSTDEirCES : 

QCCUPATIQITS : 

MILITARY SECQEIl: 

HIS FATHER: Chesebrough. VilH^Tn 



St. Botolphs, Boston, County Lincoln, England 
?Stonington, Hew London County, Connecticut 
?Stoningtan, New London County, Connecticut 
?Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 
Boston & Rehoboth, MA 

RELTCrTOff: 



flig-SrS MOTHER: St evenson. Anri 



»10.877 



VTFF'S FULL NAME: Ingraham, Abigail 
aiEIH: ELACE 

DEAIE: +1714 ELACE 
SIIEIAL: ELACE 



#5439 



?Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 



OTHER SPOUSES : 2) Joshua Holmes, 3) Capt. James Avery (#5436) 
QCOTPATIQgS: RELTGimT: 

HEE FATHER; MOTHER: 



CHILDREN/ -tSPOUSE 



DATE: 



PLACE: 



l^&liigeLLl 

♦ Avery, John 

» 



#2719 



#2718 



BIRTH 

MAEEE. 

DEAIE 

.EHEIAL 



30SEP1656 ?Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 
29N0V1675 ?New London, New London County, Connecticut 



Maria 



2. 

* 

3. 

* 

* 

♦_ 

4. 

* 

♦ 

»_ 

5. 

* 

» 

6 Elisha 



BIRTH 

DEAia 

.BURIAL 



28FEB1658 ?Stanington, New London County, Connecticut 
30SEP1669 ?Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 



Sanuel 



Ingraham, Marie 

1666-1742 
d/n Vm. A Mary 



aiEiH. 

MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



20NQV1660 ?Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 
1690 ?Stanington, New London County, Connecticut 
270CT1735 



VllUaa 



McDowell, Mary 
-1739/40 

d/o Fer 



?rg us 



aiEiE 

DEATH 
BURIAL 



08APS1662 ?Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 
13DEC1698 ?Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 
02JAN1739/40 ?Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 



Saralx 



Bolton, John 



BIRIE 
MARRD 

DEAIIL 
BURIAL 



24DEC1663 ?Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 
08MAR1683 ?Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 
09SEP1729 



.)Miner, Mary d. 1706 

d/o Joseph 
!) Mason. Rebecca 



»1 

» 

*z 

7_£iizaisJJa 

» Ingraham Jr. , Villiam 

♦ 

» 



aiEISL 
MARRD : 

DEATH 
BURIAL 



04AUG1667 ?Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 
1)27JAN1692 ?Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 
07SEP1727 ?Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 



aiEIH. 
KARRD 
DEAIH. 
BURIAL 



06AUG1669 ?Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 



Chesebraugh, Samuel (Continued) #5438-B 



. CHILDT^EI OF : 
Samuel #5436-3- l-Samuel b. 16SEP1691 m 3(ary Rossiter. . 2-Jereiniah b. 1692 d. young. . 

3-Villiam b.27AUG1693 m ? . . 4-Jereiniah b.25AUG1697 m Susannah Sossiter 
5-Jonathan b. 13FEB1700 m Bridget Miner.. 6-Ann b. 1706 m John Palmer.. 
7-Mary b. 1710 m N'athaniel Paliaer. . 8-Jaseph b. 1703 m Thankful Thompson.. 
William #5438-4-l-Villiam 1699-1700. . 2-Villiam b. 1FEB1701 m Lucy Palmer.. 

3-David b. 1FEB1702 m Margaret ? ..4-Abigail b. 1700 m Thos. Xunf ord. . 
5-Thomas b. 1706 d. 26JAIsri763 Single. . 6-Mary b. 1715. . 
Elisha #5438-6- 1-Mary b. 1692 m Daniel Stanton. . 2-Ellsha b. 1694 m Hannah Chesebrough 
3-Elihu b. 1694 m Anna McDowell. . 4- John b. 1696. . 

5-James b. 1699 m Rebecca Harris. . 6- Jabez b. 1701 m Priscilla Chesebrough 
7-Zebulon 1704-1704. . 
2nd. Vlfe : 8-Rebecca b. 1707 ml S. Turner m2 Andrew Denison m3 Wm. Austin. . 

9-Jedediah b. 1710 m Molly Hancock. . 10-Zebulan b. 1712 m Mary McDowell.. 
10-Prudence b. 1716 d. young. . 11-Abigail b. 1717 ml739 Wm. Slack.. 
12-Lucy b. 1721 ml741 Edward Hancox. . 13-irathaniel 1724-1725. . 
14-Elisha b. 1727 d. 1727. . 



{RVSD 14NQV1987), Wheelsp p,288, Savage p,375, Leon Carver 



HnCTATTD'5 FULL NAME : Starr, Dr. Comfort 



#5452- A 



aisia 



06JUL1589 ELACE: Cranbrook, Kent County, England 

ELAC£: 
02JA51659/60 ELAC£: Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts 

ELAQ£: 



DEAIIi 

ElffilAL: 

QIHE£ RESIDENCES: 

OCCUPATIOgS : 

MILITARY SEiQEH: 

HIS FATHER: Starr 



Thomas 



SELLlilQI: 



#10904 MOTHER 



Susan 



# 1^9 ?5 



VTFE'S FULL gAME : ? , Elizabeth 
aiSIH: 1595 ELA££: 



#5453 



DEAIH: 25JTJ]iri658 PLACE 
MRIAL: ELACE 

OTHER RESIPETCES: 

nccirPATioirs: 

HER FATHER: 



?Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts 



BEUIilQS: 
MOTHER: 



CHILDREN/ *SPQUSE 



DATE: 



PLACE: 



Thomas Dr. 



? , Rachel 



BIEia 

HAESn 

DEAIE 

.BUEIAL 



Elizabeth 



Fernside, John 



aisiB. 

MSSH 

DEATH 

_EIISIAL 



cl621 England 
04JU]iri704 



Comfort Rev. 



aiEia 

M£S£> 

DEAIE 

.SHEIAL 



1624 England 



Wary 



Maynard, John 



aisiE 

UAEED. 
DEAIE 
BURIAL 



06APS1640 Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts 



JLsluL. 



#2726 BIRTH 



Bunker, Hart ha 



#2727 WARRD 
DEAIE 
RHRIAL 



1703 



Samuel 



BIRTH 
HAEED. 
DEAIE 
BTTRTAL 



Hannah 



Cutt, John 



EAEIZ. 
HAEEIi 
DEATH 

_EIIRIAL 



22JUL1632 St. Mary's, Ashford, Kent County, England 
19irOV1694 Portsmouth, Rockingham County, New Hampshire 



J^ydia. 



Eire, Simon 

s/oDr. SimnTi & Mart ha BURIAL 



BAPT2 
WARRD 
DEAIE 



22MAR1634 St. Mary's, Ashford, Kent County, England 
10JU1I1653 



1: (RVSD 14N0V1987), Leon Carver 






^ 



HUSBATO'S FULL ITAJIE: Bunker, George 



BIEIB. 



cieoo ELAC£ 



#5454- A 



08SEP1624 PL ACT? 



1664 ELACE 



England 

Odell, Bedfordshire, England 

Maiden, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 



WA55D 
DEATH 

EUEiiL: PLACE 

QIIiEE. RESIDETCES : 

ncnjPATIQ?rS: RELIGTnW : 

DTHER SPOUSES: 2) Margaret ? (widow of ? How) m 1647 

HIS FATHER: Bunke r. Georg e #10908 MQTHEP: ? 



Ellen 



VTFE'S FULL FAME : Major, Judith 
BTPTH: ELACE: England 

DEAIS: 10AUG1646 ELACE: Charlestown, Suffolk County, Massachusetts 
BIIEIAL: PLACE : 

OTHER RESIDENCES: 

OCCUPATIQgS : RELIGTOTT : 

HEP FATHER: Major. ThciTias #10910 MOTHER: ? . Wary 



#10909 



#5455 



»1Q911 



CHTLDRETTZ-tSPnUSK 



JJAIEl 



PLACE: 



1 Mary 



DGwinn, John 
2) Lusher, Eleazor 
1604-1672 



BAPTZ : 03JUL1625 Odell, Bedfordshire, England 
MMD.--2) 08AUG1662 



DEATH 
BTOIAL 



26JA51672/3 Dedham, lorfolk County, Massachusetts 



Martha 



#2727 BAEI2. 



Starr, John 



#2726 HAEEa 
DEAIE 
BUPTAL 



15APR1627 Odell, Bedfordshire, England 
1703 



Elizabeth 



Burt , Edward 
1627-pl703 



SAEI2. 
MESH 
DEAIH. 
BURIAL 



19DEC1628 Odell, Bedfordshire, England 



JjSiUlL 



BAzrz. 

MSSH 
DEAIE. 

.anEiAL 



28JU1I1630 Odell, Bedfordshire, England 



Jasepll 



BAPT2 
HAEEDl 
DEAIE 

PURTAL 



15APR1632 Odell, Bedfordshire, England 



Benjamin Rev. 



, Mary 



BAPT2 

MARRD 

DEATH 

.EIIEIAL 



20JUL1635 Charlestown, Massachusetts 



Jonathan 



SAEIZ. 
MARRD 
DEATH 
PURTAL: 



08APR1638 Charlestown, Massachusetts 



(5454) George's f 
(10908) George of 



amily owned the famed Bunker Hill in Boston. His ancestors: 
Bengoo, Hertfordshire wiill proved 13DEC1609(54: 236) m Ellen ? 



SQURCFS f, HTfJC TNPn - (RVSO 14N0V1987), Leon Carver, Edward C, floran Jr.'s 'Bunker 8enealogy' 

.,(21816) Oliver Bunker ■ Joan ? , Of Tingrith, Bedfordshire - will proved 090CT1616(48;69 86;72,78), 

.,(43632) Uilliai Bunker • Ann ' , Of Tingrith - will proved 130CT1S58 (73;211 4 86;70), 

.,(87264) Roger Bunker » Agnes ? , Of Tingrith - will proved 01SEP1S16 (73;25S 4 86;84), 



I 



I 



m7<?BAfrD'S FULL TTAMF: Busecat, Peter 



#5506- A 



EISIE 



WARRD 



ELACE 



ELAC£: 
C1692 ELACE 



ELACE 



Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 



EEAIS: 

EIIEIAL: 

OTHE-R RESTDEgCES: Boston, Massachusetts, Hartford, CT. 

QCCUPATIQH5 : Blacksmith RELIGIQI : 

MILITARY SEQQEI): 

OTHER SPOUSES: 

HIS FATHER; MOTHER: 

VTEE'S FULL MME : ? , Mary 
EISIE: PLACE : 

DEAIS: +1692 ELACE: 
BTTRIAL: ELAC£: 

OTHER RFSIPEMCES: 
OCCUPATIONS : 

OTHER SPOUSES: 
HER FATHER: 



#5507 



RELIGION: 



JSmSERl 



CHn.DRETI/«SPOUSE 






UATR 


PLACE: 




1 AMirail 


#2753 


. BIRTH 
HARED 
DEATH 
BURIAL 




±1723 Cranston?, Providence County, Rhode Island 




* Stone, Hugh 


#2752 




2 Peter 




. BIRTH 
DEATH, 
BURIAL 




Varwick, RI (Shot accidently) 




t Single 






3 Marv 




. BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BirRTAL 


15DEC1670 
±1769 




» Spicer, Peter 










. BIRTH 
KARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 















CHILDREN OF: 

Mary #5506-3- 1-Edward. . 2-Saiiiuel. . 
Spicer 3-Peter. . 4-Villiam. . 
5-Joseph. .6- Abigail. ■ 
7-Ruth. . 8-Hannah. . 9-Jane. 



. . (55«6) Peter Sr. on 6SEP1636 in Boston was censured for drunkeness to be whipped, and 
to have twenty stripes inflicted, and fined £5, for slighting the Magistrates for what 
they could do, saying they could but fine him. The fine was remitted to 20§. On 
4DEC1638, he and Richard Geaves were referred to the court in Salem for fighting. He 
later left for Hartford, CT. 

By 5JU1I1648, he was living in Varwick, Kent County, Rhode Island where he was granted a 
six acre house lot. On 18JA51649, he sold John Wickes all his right in a meadow adjacent 
to Pawtuxet River for 'three quarts of sack*. On 18MAR1651, he was chosen Town Sergeant 
to replace John Cook who had been dismissed for a misdemeanor. On 7FEB1653, he was 
granted a 6 acre lot for his service to the town. 

In 1657, he was sued by Ezekial Holliman for debt, by Thomas Bradley for slander, and 
by Abigail Sweet for trespass and slander. In retaliation, he sued Thomas Bradley for 
both debt & slander. 

On 4MAyl659, he sold his house, shop, house lot, a six other lots. 



f 



Busecot, Peter (Cont. ) #5506-B 



Peter Sr. on 4JUL1681 made an agreement with Hugh Stone, deeding him 12 acres, but not 
to be molested in quiet and peaceable possession of his house while he lives, and also to : 
retain for life, orchard on said 12 acres, and privilege of enclosing 3 acres for his use i 
while he lives. His son-in-law to give him a cow already agreed on, and at Peter's 
death, the house , orchard and all the 12 acres to belong to Hugh Stone. If Peter died 
within two years, his son-in-law Hugh Stone was to pay f2, 10§, to assignees of said 
Peter Busecot. Both signed the agreement. 

His surname seems to be French 4 may have been descended from French Huguenots who fled 
France to escape repression against French Protestants by the Catholic majority. 
. . (5506-2) Peter Jr. was shot in the leg accidentaly by another boy. Warwick raised 
monies to send the boy to Newport RI for treatment but it was unsuccessful 4 he died 
young. 



sniJRCgS », ,1ISC ISFn ' (RVSD !2FEB1987), Austin, 



HU.qBATO'S FULL WAWH : Vestcott, Stukely 



ARSYP WASS 24JTJ¥1635 



#55 12- A 



aifiiH 



C1592 EUCE 
05OCT1619 ELACS 
12JA1I1677 ELAQ£ 



DEAIH 

BHEIAL: 

QIHEEL RESIDEICES 



ELA££ 



Ilminster, England 

Yeovil, Somerset County, England 

Portsmouth, Hewport County, Rhode Island 



MILITARY SEO^EJi: 

HIS FATHER; 



Salem, Massachusetts 4 Providence RI, 

RELIGIQIT : 

MOTHER: 



Baptist 



WIFE'S FUI.L lTAME :?MarehantP, Julianne 
EI£IH: ELACE: 
DEAIS: ELACE: 
EUfilAL: ELACE: 
OTHER RESIDENCES : 
OCCUPATIONS : 
HER FATHER: 



#5513 



SELI^IQI: 
MOTHER ; 



# 



CHILDREI/*SPQUSE 



DATE: 



PLAC E; 



1 Daaaris BAEIZ. 

* Arnold, Benedict MARRD 
» 1615-1678 DEAia 

* s/n Vm. & Christina BURIAL 

2_SafflU£l MEI2L 

* liEAia 
* ElffilAL 



27JAIfl620/l Yeovil, Somerset County, England 
17DEC1640 ?Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island 
+1678 Newport, Newport County, Rhode Island 



31MAS1622 Yeovil, Somerset County, England 
Died young? 



S-Roifixi 

* ? , Catharine 

» 



BIRTH 

HAEED. 

DEAia 

^BURIAL 



1676 Kings Town, Washington County, Rhode Island 



4_AjaQS_ 



*l)Stafford, Sarah 
♦2) Stafford, Deborah 
* 1651-1706 

» d/o Thos. & Eliz. 



_ BIEIBL 
MARRD 

HAEEH 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



1631 Yeovil, Somerset Shire, England 
13JUL1667 
09JUN1670 

1685?Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 



5 Mercy 



♦ Stafford, Samuel 
» 1636-1718 

* s/Q Thos. & Eliz. 



BIRTH 
MAEEE. 
DEAIE. 
BURIAL 



cl633 England 
cl660 
25MAR1700 Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 



6 Jergaaaii. 



#2756 EIEIH. 



♦ England, Eleanor #2757 MSSH. 

* 16??-1686 DEAIB. 

* d/Q Wn. a Eliz. EIIEIALl 

7 aiEIH. •• 

» MEED. : 

♦ DEATH. : 
* EIIEIALi 



1634 Ilchester/Yeovll, Somerset Shire, England 
27JUL1665?Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 
1686?Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 



. . <5512) Stukeley was allotted one acre & a house in Salem MA on 25DEC1637 3i he had been 
admitted to Freeman status in 1636. 

In 1639, he and twelve others were the original founders of the Baptist Church in 
Providence RI & that same year was excommunicated by the Puritan church of the 
Massachusetts Bay Colony. He was a follower of Soger Williains & was one of the forty 
signers setting up the government of the Rhode Island Colony. He was recorded as an 
inhabitant of Warwick in 1648 & held important positions: commissioner, surveyor of the 
highways, assistant and deputy. 

Stukely died at Portsmouth after fleeing there from the Indians who burned Warwick on 

16MAR1676. 






I 

Vestcott , Stukely (Continued) #5512-8' 



I 



CHILD5EI OF : 

Damris #5512-l-l-3enedict b. 10FEB1642. . 
Arnold 2-Caleb b. 19DEC1644 d. 9FEB1719 inl666 Abigail Vilbour. . 

3-Josiah b. 22DEC1546. . 4-Daniaris b. 28FEB1548. . 

5-Villiam b. 210CT1651. . 6-Penelope b. 10FEbl552. . 

7-Oliver b. 25JUL1655. . 8-Gadsgift b. 27AUG1658. . 

9-Freelave b. 20JUL1661. . 
Robert #5512-3-l-Catharine b. 16MAY1664 d. 1692+ ml588 Charles Hazleton 

2nd. Vife 2-Zorabable b. 15APR1656 d. 1745RI ml Jane ? tHZ Mary Davis .' 

3-Robert b.2APR1668 d. 1723 m Mercy Williams.. 

4-Dinali b. 12FEB1670 d. 1711+ m Jeremiah Vilkie. . 5-Mary b.2JUL1672.. 

5-Samuel b. 15SEP1674 d. pl747CT. . 
Amos #5512-4-l-Amos b. 1668 d. 1692 Oyster Bay UY - Single.. 

2-Solomon d. 1711 - Idiot. . 3-Sarali b. 1673 d. 1711 m Abraham Lockwaod. . 

4-Penelope d. 1709 m James Baker. . 5-Mercy ml708 John Smith.. ^ 

6-Luranah. . 
Mercy #5512-5-l-Stukeley b.7TOV1661 d. young. . 

Stafford 2-Amos b. 85071665 d.8OCT1710 m Mary Burlingame. . 

3-Mercy b. 8JUL1668. . 4-Sarah b. 18APR1671. . 

5-Samuel b. 195071673. . 6-Patience. . 

7-FreelQve. . 8-Elizabeth. . 9-Thomas b. 1682. . 

... (5512-3) Sobert(a Lieutenant) was killed by Indians in 'King Phillip's Var' . In 1654, 
he had visited the Dutch settlements around New Amsterdamdfew York City) to buy beavers 41 
liquors. His widow married in 1678, James Hazleton. 



SOURCtS i Wise INFO ' (RVSD 920CT1987) Austin, yhitnan, 

,, Probable brother to Stukely; Richard yestcott d,1651 Fairfield CT their children; 

,,John - founder of Vestchester Co,, NY 1689,, 

..Daniel - ) 

..Joanna i John Veed } All settled in South, 

,, Abigail i Hoses Knapp} 
..Also probable brother; Uilllan at Salen HA in 1636. 



mrSBATO'S FULL MME : England, William 
aiEIfi: ELACE; 

WARRD : ELAQE 

DEAIE: ELACE 

BIIEIAL: PLACE 

QIHEE RESIDEirCES: 
nr.r,n?ATTQH5: 

WTLTTARY EECQED: 

HIS FATHER: 



#55 14- A 



RELIGTniT: 



JlQIHEEi 



JL 



VTFE'S FULL MWE : ? , Elizabeth 
aiEIH: 1613 ELACE: England 

DEATH : 1684 ELACE: ?Portsnoutli, Rhode Island 

EIIEIAL: ELACE: 

OTHER RESIDEITCES : 
QCCUPATIQ^S : 

OTHER SPOUSES : 2) Parsons, Hugh 
HER FATHER: 



#5515 



RELIGTHW: 



JlQIHEEi 



r.HTT.DRETT/-tS?OUSE 



PATE; 



_ELACEi. 



1 William 






. BIRTH 
HARED 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


1641 

1651 Taunton, Massachusetts 












2 Joslah 






. BIRTH 
NARRD. 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


?PortsiMDuth, Rhode Island 












3 Eleanor 




#2757 


. BIRTH 
MRRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


27JUL16657Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 
1686 Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island 




♦ Vestco tt , Jereodah 

♦ #2756 




4 Susanna 






. BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


03DEC1677?Rhode Island 

1684 Long Island, 5ew York 




* Carpenter, Ephraim 

* -1703+ 

* s/o Wm. 4 Ellz. 




5 Elizabeth 






. BIRTH 
HARRD 
IITSQ 
BURIAL 


1684 Long Island, Hew York 




» Doty, ? 














. BIRTH 
NARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 




















. BIRTH 
XARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 















. . (5514-1) ¥illiaji Jr. was an apprentice to Joseph Wilbur of Taunton, Massachusetts, 
about age ten fell out of his canoe drowned while crossing river to obtain wood. 



At 



SOURCFS i nm. IHPn- (RVSD 96JUL1987), Austin, 






I'r 



nT5?BAFD'S FULL MME : Hubbard, Samuel 



#5574 & #5578 



aiEiH 



MEEC 



1610 ELAC£ 



01APR1636 ELAC£ 
1689 ELACE 



ELACE 



(Medelsham, Essex County?), England 
Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut 
Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 



DEATH 

rniEiAL: 

QI2EE RESIDElsrCES : Watertovm, Massachusetts 
OCCUPATIONS : Farmer/ Preacher 
WILTTARY RECORD: 

HIS FATHEE; Hubbard. James #ii.i4a 



RELIGIOS : 1665; 7th Day Baptist 



MOTHER: Cook. Nannii 



» 11.U9 



HEE'S FULL ^AWE: Cooper. Tacy 
EIEIE: ELACE: 

DEATH : PLACE : 

EIIEiAL: ELACE: 

OTHER RESTDEICES: 



#5575 4 #5579 



OCCUPATTOTIS: 






RELIGION: 


HER FATHER: 


MOTHER: # 


:htldreti/-» SPOUSE 




DATE: 


PLACE: 


L Rutli #2737 
* Burdick. Robert #2786 


BIRTH 
MARED 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


22 50V 1655 
1691 


Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts 
Newport or Westerly, Rhode Island 
Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 


2 Rachel #2789 


BIRTH 
HARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


07MAR1643 
03irOV1658 


Agawam, Hampden County, Massachusetts 


* Langtrorthy, Andrew 

* #2788 


Agawam, Hampden County, Massachusetts 
Newport. Newport Countv. Rhode Island 


3 Bethia 


BIRTH 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


19DEC1646 


Westerly, Washington County, Rhode Island 








BIRTH 
XARED 
DEATH 
BURIAL 











..(11148) Jaae's father, Thonas Hubbard, was burned at stake 26MAY1555 at Essex, England 
during the religious wars for refusing to give up his Protestant beliefs. 
. . (5574) Sasuel is remembered for: 

1635, joined the Plynouth<MA) Church, moved to Windsor 4 married. 

1636, living in Weathersf ield, Connecticut. 

1639, organized a church in Springfield, Massachusetts. 

1647, May 10, at Fairfield, he and wife are told to stop their religious teachings or 
be sent to jail. 

1648, Oct. 2-12, traveled to RI & baptized by Baptist Rev. John clarke. 

1651, AUG 7, sent with Rev. Clarke to Boston to visit RI men in jail (see Burdick »2786), 

1655, Freeman at Westerly, Rhode Island. 

1657, made trip to Jamaica, Long Island for 45 days. 

1664, served as Solicitor General in place of Lawrence Turner. 

1665, he and wife joined 7th Day Baptist Church. 
1668, April 7, he argued religion in Boston debates, 
1680, he was taxed £8.2.0. 



SPURr^S % nT^r. mn - (RVSO 12JUL1987), 161, RI 6enealogies(SAR), 



f 



HUSBAND'S FULL NAME ; Kenner, Richard #6096 

BIRTH: 1600 PLACE ; Shipton under Whichwood, Oxfordshire, England 



MARRD 



DEATH 



BURIAL ; 



PLACE ; 

1648 PLACE: Lower Norfolk Co, Virginia 
PLACE: 



OTHER RESIDENCES : 

OCCUPATIONS ; 1736: Surgeon 

MILITARY RECORD ; 

OTHER SPOUSES ; 

HIS FATHER; Kenner, Richard 



RELIGION; 



#12,196 MOTHER: 



WIFE'S FULL NAMEl ^ 

BIRTH : 

DEATH ; 

BURIAL: 
' OTHER RESIDENCES ; 

OCCUPATIONS : 

OTHER SPOUSES: 



, Elizabeth 



PLACE: 



#6097 



PLACE: 
PLACE: 



RELIGION! 



HER FATHER: 




MOTHER: 




CHILDREN/ *SPOUSE : DATE ; 


PLACE: 




1 John BIRTH 

* MARRD 

* DEATH 

BURIAL 




Named ward of Richard Conquest; 


1650 


2 Richard Jr .#3048BIRTH 




1635 Oxford, England 
cl670 Northumberland Co.. Virginia 
1692 Northumberland Co. , Virginia 




* Rodham, Eliz#3049MARRD : 




DEATH 




BURIAL! 





SOURCES & MISC INFO: (As of 02/11/86), Nelson & Nelson 






i 



HUSBAND ' S FULL NAME : Rodham, Mathew 

1620 PLACE: Northumberland, England 



#6098 



BIRTH 



MARRD 



DEATH 



1648 PLACE ! 
PLACE 



BURIAL: 

OTHER RESIDENCES 

OCCUPATIONS : 

MILITARY RECORD : 

OTHER SPOUSES ; 

HIS FATHER: 



PLACE: 



Maryland or Virginia 

Will proved 17 Nov 1666, Northumberland Co., Va. 



RELIGION: 



MOTHER: 



W IFE'S FULL NAME ; Hewitt, Elizabeth 
BIRTH: C1633 PLACE; England 



#6099 



DEATH : 
BURIAL: 



1674 PLACE : Northumberland County, Virginia 



PLACE: 



OTHER RESIDENCES : 
OCCUPATIONS ; 
OTHER SPOUSES: 



HER FATHER; 
CHILDREN/ *SP0USE" 



RELIGION: 



MOTHER : 



DATE: 



PLACE: 



1 Elizabet h #3049 BIRTH 
* Kenner , 



Richard MARRD 

#3048 DEATH 

BURIAL 



2 Hannah 

* Neale, Capt . 



BIRTH 



MARRD 



Christopher DEATH 



BURIAL 



3 
*■ 



BIRTH 
MARRD 



1652 Northumberland County, Va. 

cl670 Northumberland County, Va. 

1709 Northumberland County, Va. 



4 

*" 



5 



6 



7 

*" 



DEATH 

BURIAL 

BIRTH 

MARRD 

DEATH 

BURIAL; 

BIRTH 

MARRD : 

DEATH 

BURIAL ; 

BIRTH 

MARRD 

DEATH 

BURIAL; 

BIRTH 

MARRD 

DEATH 

BURIAL 



SOURCES & MISC INFO: 



(As'of 10/10/85), William & Mary Quarterly V.14 p. 173, 



Nelson's "Seaton-Zenor Family History" 1983, 



^ mT??BATO'S FULL TTAWK : Lee, Col. Richard 



aLSIH 



1513 ELA££ 
1641 PLACE 
1665 ELACE: 



MRSJl 

DEAIE 

BMIAL: PLACE ; 

QIHEE. RESIDENCES : 

DCCUPATIQH5 : 

MILITARY EKQEC: 

HIS FATHER: Lee. Richard 



Shrops, England 
Jamestovra, Virginia 
ITorthumberland County, Virginia 



#6102-A 



VTFE'S FTn.L IT A WE: Owen, Anne Constable 



RELTCrTn-ff: 
#12.204 MOTHER: Bendv. Eli^^hPt h #12.205 



1621 PLACE 
pl665 ELACE 



EIEIH: 
DEATH : 

EIIfilAL: ELA££ 

OTHER RESIDENCES : 

QCCUPATIQTfS : 

HER FATHER: 



London, England 

Northumberland County, Virginia 



RELIGimT: 
MOTHER: 



#6103 



CHILDREN/ 1 


.SEQIISE 






DATE: PLACE: 




1 Jain 






. BIRTH 
XARRD 
DEAIH 

_EIZ£IAL 


1644 Northumberland County, 


Virginia 


2 Riciard 






. BIRTH 
HARRD 
DEATH 
BTOIAL 


1647 Northumberland County, 


Virginia 


3 Francis 






. BIRTH, 
ItARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


1648 Northumberland County, 


Virginia 


4 William 






. BIRTH, 
ItARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


1651 Northumberland County, 


Virginia 


5 Elizabeth 

* HoHson, Capt. 


#3951 

Leonard 

#3050 


. BIRTH 
MARRD, 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


1653 Gloucester Co. , Virginia 

1670 Northumberland County, Virginia 


6 Hancocit 






BIRTH 
ItARRD, 
DEATH 
BUieiAL 


1653 Northumberland County, 


Virginia 


7 Ann 






. BIRTH, 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


1657 Northumberland County, 


Virginia 


S Charles 






. BIRTH, 
ItARRD 

DEATH 


1661 Northumberland County, 


Virginia 



BURIAL; 



I This is the same family Civil War General Robert E. Lee descended from. 



snURCFf^ % WT<;r tufh . (RvsO ieOCT198S), Nelson, 161, 



mT<^ATO'S FULL NAKE : Phil pott, Robert 



#611©-A 



ELACS 



ELACE 



1649 ELAC£ 



ElEIH: 

1IAEEI2: 

DEAIS: 

EIIMAL: ELACE 

OTHER SESIDEPCES: 

OCCUPATIONS : 

MILITARY gECQEJl: 

HTS FATHER: 



England 

Northumberland County, Virginia 



RELIGTON : 



JSmSERl 



JL 



VTFF'S FULL I A WE : ?, Joanna 
ElfilS: C1610 ELACE 
DEAIH: C1698 ELACE 
2IIE1AL: ELACE 
OTTTFR RFSTDENCES: 
nCCUPATIQNS : 

OTHER SPOUSES : 2) Powell, John; 
HER FATHER: 



#6111 



Westmoreland County, Virginia 



1650 



EELliilQI: 



MOTHER: 



CHTT.nRFTf/«SPOnSE 



DATE: 



PLACE; 



1 Thomas (Capt. ) 
» ? , Rachel 

♦ 

♦ 

2 Rebecca 



BIEIIi 

BAEEIL 

DEAIS. 

.EIIELAL 



*1) ? , Thomas 
»2)Pitt, Josiah 
» 



BIRTH 

HARSD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 



3 . Hargaret 

* Bonun, Samel 
» 

* 

4 

» 
* 
» 



#3055 aiEia 



#3054 MARRD 

nEAIE 
BURIAL 



aisiH. 

MARRD 
IffiAia 

SgRIAL: 



cl670 Westmoreland County, Virginia 
1695 Westmoreland County, Virginia 



. . (6110) Robert Philpott according to Nelson was one of the early landowners of Kent 
Island, Maryland 4 was a member of the Council of Kent in 1640-42. 



(RVSO ieOCT198S), Nelson, 



i 
I 



HUSBAND'S FULL ?fAME : Lord, Thomas 



aisiH 



C1585 ELA££ 



A55VTI MA.S HACHUSETTS 1 63S 



PLACE : 
pl676 ELACE 



DEAIE: 

EIIEIAL: PLACE 

QIHEE. RESIDENCES : 

QCCUPATIOTfS : 

MTLITAB7 SECQEIi: 

HTS FATHEI?: 



England 

Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut 

RELTGin-ff: 
— MOTHER: 



#10,790-4 



WIFE'S FULL MKE : ? , Dorothy 



#10,791 



aiEIS: C1589 ELA££ 
DEAia.- 02AUG1676 ELACE 
eilElAL: PLACE 

OTHER RESIDENCES : 

OCCVPATIQgS: 

HER FATHER: 



England 

Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut 



RELTGinTT: 
MOTHER: 



JL 



CHILDREN/ -I SPOUSE 



DATE: 



PI- ACE: 



1 Richard 

» ? , Sarah 

» 

* 



aiEiH. 

WARRD 

DEATH 

.EIZEIAL 



1611 England 

?Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 
17MAY1662 New London, New London County, Connecticut 



2 Thomas 

» ? , Mary 

* 

* 



BIRTH 

MEED. 

DEAI2. 

.MRIAL 



cl619 England 
1661 Vethersf ield, Hartford County, Connecticut 



3 Ann 



JSSSS. EIEIE 



* Stanton, Thomas #5394 MARRD 

* DEATH 
♦ BIIBIAL 



cl621 England 
1637 Massachusetts 
1688 Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 



* 

» 



aiEia 

HAEBD 

DEAia 

.^HEIAL 



cl623 England 
17MAY1678 Saybrook, Middlesex County, Connecticut 



5 Jflim aiEIE. 

*l)Bushnell, Rebecca MEED 
» d/oFrancis d. pl647 LIVNG 
»2)Baysgy. Adrian SHEIAL 



1625 
FEB1664 



England 
Virginia 



6 Robert 

» 
« 



BiEia 

MEED 

DEAia 

.^nEIAL 



1626 England 



7 Annie (Amie) 
» Gilbert, John 

* 



aiEia 

MARRD 

DEAIH. 
.EHEIAL 



1629 England 



8 Dorothy 
♦ Ingersoll, 

» 



John 



aiEIH. 
MEED 
DEAia 
BURIAL 



1631 England 



. . (10790) Thorns at age 50 in 1635 with wi 
'Elizabeth & Ann' for Massachusetts where 
area for a year or so, but then departed f 



fe & family sailed from London on the 

he may have stayed in the Boston & Cambridge 

or Hartford CT. 



Lord, Thomas (Continued) , 



#1079»-B 



Thoinas 



William 



CHILDREI OF : 

Richard #10790-1-1-Richard b. 1636 ml665 Mary Smith..' 

2-Sarah b. 1538 m Joseph Haynes. . 3-Dorothy. 
#10790-2-l-Dorothy b. 17AUG1653. . 2-Hannah b. 1656. . 

3-Mary b. 1659. . 3-Sarah. . 
#10790-4-l-Villiam b. OCT 1543. . 2-Thomas b. 1645.. 
3-Richard b. MAY1645. . 4-Mary b.MAY1649.. 
5-Robert b. AUG1651. . 6-John b.SEP1553.. 
7-Jaseph b.SEP1656. 
9-Daniel. . 10-James. . 
12-14-Unknown. . 
#10790-8-l-Hannah. . 2-Dorothy. 
3-Margaret. . 



8-Benjamin. 
11-Samuel. . 



Dorothy 



. . (10790-1) Richard preceded his parents to Massachusetts in 1632 perhaps to scout for 

desirable locations to settle. He was freinds vrLth the Rev. Thomas Hooker & Gov. Haynes 

4 in 1636 joined them at Hartford CT. 

. . (10790-2) Thomas was a physician S surgeon as well as a schoolmaster. His widow 

remarried ? Olmstead. 

. . (10790-5) John abandoned second wife by 1651 & fled to Virginia by 1664 to avoid 

imprisonment as a debtor. He was named in his mother's will. 



SOURCES i niSC INFO: (RVSO 25SEP1987), Savage's Genealogical Dictionary, 






mJSBAID'S FULL MME : Jackson, Christopher 



#10, 796- A 



aiEiE 



EU££ 



HAEEIi: ELAC£ 

DHATH : ELACE 

miaiAL: ELACE 

QIHEE. RESIDEirCES: 

OCCUPATIONS : 

WILITASY EECQEIi: 

HTS FATHER: 



England 

Whitehall, London, England 

?Vhitehall, London, England 



RELIGIOIf: 



MOTHER: 



VTFK'S FULL ffAME: 
BIEI2: 
DEAIH: 



ELACE 
ELACE 



BURIAL : PLACE 
OTHER RESIDEIfCES: 

OCCUPATIONS : 

HER FATHER: 



SELlfHQI: 
MOTHER: 



CHTT.DRFW/ ESPOUSE 



DATE; 



PLACE; 



1 John (Deacon) 



»1) Unknown 

♦2) ? , Margaret 



BAEI2. 
MARRD 

DEAia 
.EIIEIAL 



06JU]!ri602 Stepney, London, England 

30JAiri674/5 Nevrton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 



2 Edward 



#5398 BIEIE. 



BURIAL 



»1) ? , Frances #5399 KARSD 
»2) Newgate, Elizabeth DEAIE. 

» 

3 

* 
* 

♦ 

4 

* 
* 
» 



cl602 Vhitechapel/Stepney, London, England 
cl630 ?London, England 
17JUL1681 Newton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 



EIEia 

HABEC. 

DEAia 

EEEIAL 

EIEIH. 

MARRD 

DEATH. 
BURIAL; 



■■CHILDREN QF: 

John #10796-?-l-Sarah. .2-Theodosia ml664 Capt. Noah Viswall ts2 Saml. lewnan. 

3-John b.cl640 d. 180CT1675 Single. . - 
By 2nd Vife 4-Caleb b. 12DEC1645 d. 14DEC1645. . 

5-Hannah b. 77JAN1647 ml Elijah Kenrlck a2 John Hyde.. 
6-Abigail b. 14AUG1648 m Daniel Preston.. 
7-Margaret b.20JUN1649 ml674 James Trowbridge.. 
8-Edward b. 14JAN1651 [Killed by Indians ledfield KA 21FEB1676] 
9-Mary m Saml. Truesdale. . 
10-Abraham b. 14AUG1655 d. 1739 ml679 Eliz. Briscoe.. 
11 -Deliverance b. 9N0V1657. . 12- Joshua b. 15SEP1659. , 
13-Grace. . 



. . <10796-?) John may have arrived in Massachusetts in 1635 after a voyage on the 
•Defense- from London. He was described in Boston as a "...wholesale man in Burchen 
Lane . . . " . 



saURCES h HISC INFO ' (RVSD 26SEP1987), Savage's 'Senealogical Dictionary' 



I 



t 



TUf^BATO'S FULL MAWF: Denyson, John 



BIRTH 



WARRD 
DEATH 



ELACE 



#10,808 



PLACE 



02DEC1582 PLACE 



BURIAL: ELACE 



Stortford (Stratford), Hertford Shier, England 



OTHER RESIDEICES: 
OCCUPATIONS: Pastor 
lULlIASI EECQEIi: 
HIS FATHER: 


of Stortford Church 




RELIGinTT: Pnrit^T, 
MOTHER: 


# 


FIFE'S FULL UAME: ? . Aa^ps 
BIRTH: PLACE: 
DEATH: PLACE: 
BURIAL: PLACE: 
OTHER RESIDENCES: 
OCCUPATIOIS: 

OTHER SPOUSES: 2) John Grace 

HER FATHER: 


31CAY1584 




RELIGION: 
MOTHER: 




#10,809 

# 


:hildreii/ ♦SPOUSE 




DATE: 


PLACE: 








I Luce 


BAPTZ, 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


1567 

1582 
09DEC15a2 


Stratford, 

Stratford, 

Stratford. 


Hertford Shier, 

Hertford Shier, 

England 


England 
England 




2 ¥111 ia« #5404 


BAPT2 
MARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


03FEB1571 
071fOV1603 
25JA51653 


Stratford, Hertford Shier, England 
Stratford, Hertford Shier, England 
Roxbury, Norfoll: County, Massachusetts 




* Chandler, Margaret 
» #5405 




3 Edward 


BAPTZ 
HARRD 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


05APR1575 


Stratford, 
Ireland 


Hertford Shier, 


England 








4 Marv 


BAPTZ 
ItARED 
DEATH, 
BURIAL 


28APS1577 


Stratford, 


Hertford Shier, 


England 








5 Elizabeth 


BAPTZ 
NARRD 
DEATH, 
BURIAL 


23AUG1579 


Stratford, 


Hertford Shier, 


England 




* Crouch, ? 




6 George 


BAPTZ 
MARRD, 
DEATH 
BURIAL 


17MAR1582 


Stratford, 


Hertford Shier, 


England 




* Glascock, Constance 






BAPTZ 
KARRD 
DEATH, 
BURIAL 

















CHILDREN OF: 

Edward #10, 808-3-lAnne. .2-Susan. . 3-Elizabeth. .4-John. . 

George #10, 808-6- 1-George d.9DEC1678 m Mary ? 



.. (10808) John died of the Plaque. 

..(10808-3) Edward's son, John, was a Regimental Major & later Deputy Governor of County 

Cork, Ireland. Edward had removed to Ireland in 1631. 



SDURCF!; i n]<^r, ifipf). (Rvso iejUL1987), Wheeler's 'History of Stonington Connecticut', 



Hn5?BAJD'S FULL UAME: Avery, Christopher 



aifilii 



C1590 PLACE : TSalisbury, County Hants, England 
ELACfi: 

New London, Uew London County, Connecticut 



#10, 872- A 



12MAS1670 PLACE 



ELAC£ 



MAR5D 

12EAIH 

EIIELIAL: 

QIEEE. l^ESTDETCES : Gloucester, MA 

QCCUPATIQgS : Weaver 

HIS FATHEE: 



RELIGIQg: Congregational 
MOTHER: 



JL 



Unknown 
ELACE 
PLACE 



VIFE'5 pgiL MME: 
EIBIK: 
DEATH : 

EHELLAL: PLACE 

OTHER RESTPETTCES : 

nCCUPATTONS: 

HER FATHER: 



#10873 



?England 



SELIilllia: 
MOTHER: 



CHTLDREW/*SPOUSE 



_DATE: 



PLACE; 



l_Jflaes #5436 ELLEIi 

* Greenslade, Joanna MARRD 

* #5437 DEAIH. 

* mZEIAL 

2 BIRTH 

* WARRP 
» DEAia 
♦ EHEIAL 



cl620 ?Salisbury, County Hants, England 
101I'OV1643 ?Gloucester, Essex County, Massachusetts 
18APS1700 Poquonoc(Groton) , Hew London Co., Connecticut 



. . (10872) Christopher after coming to ITew England, settled in Glocester, HA where he was 
a Selectman in 1646, 1652, & 1654. There he was clerk of the band, constable, and clerk 
of the market. In 1658, he sold lands in Gloucester & moved to Boston, MA where he owned 
a small lot (Post Office is now on that land) facing Devonshire street. In 1663 he sold 
the lot to Ambrose Dew for £40 and moved to Connecticut to be near his son. In Few 
London on 8AUG1665, he purchased a house, orchard, and lot from Robert Burrows. In 1667, 
he was excused from military training because of age. 

His wife did not accompany him to New England & probably died in England or on the 
voyage across the Atlantic. 



SOURCES a WT?^C TUFO : (RVSD 145071987), Wheeler p. 201 



i 



mT.qTJAID'S FULL TTAm-: Chesebrougfa, William 



EISIH 



MARRD : 
DHATH ; 
SII&iAL 



1594 ELAC£ 



ARRVTi TTRV EHCLAWD 1fi30 



#1®,876-A 



06DEC1620 ELAC£ 



09JU]iri667 2LACE 
PLACE: 



Boston, County Lincoln, England 

St. Botolphs, Boston, County Lincoln, England 

Stonington, Hew London County, Connnecticut 

Vestside Waquetequock Cove, Hew London County, Connecticut 

QIHEE. RE5IDEICES : Boston & Rehoboth, MA 

0CCUPATIQH5: Gunsmith/Farmer/Stock Raiser RELIGICTT : Congregational 

WTLTTARY SECQEI2: 

HTS FATHER: 



JIDIHEfi;. 



WIFE'S FULL NAME : Stevenson, Anna 



BIRTH: 



1598 PLACE 



#10,877 



DEAIH: 29AUG1673 ELAC£ 

ElffilAL: EUC£ 

QTHEK RESIDENCES: 

OCCUPATIONS : 

HER FATHER: Stevenson. Peter 



England 

Stonington, Hew London County, Connnecticut 

Vestside Waquetequock Cove, New London County, Connecticut 



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England 

England 



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09SEP1624 
09SEP1624 



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England 
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01APR1627 Boston, County Lincoln, England 
30NOV1655 ?Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 
JUL1673 ?Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 



6 Andronlcus 

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BAFT2 
DEAIH. 
BURIAL 



06FEB1629 Boston, County Lincoln, England 
08FEB1629 Boston, County Lincoln, England 



7 Junice 



(TWIN) 



EAEI2. 
DEAIH. 
BURIAL 



06FEB1629 Boston, County Lincoln, England 
06FEB1629 Boston, County Lincoln, England 



8 Nathaniel 



» Denison, Hannah 
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02SEP1632 
1660 



Boston, County Lincoln, England 

?Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 

Boston, Massachusetts 

Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 



10 Jabez 

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BURIAL 



03MAT1635 Boston, Massachusetts 
Died young. 



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* Palmer, Rebecca 

* #5392-12 



BAZEZ. 
]1AEED. 
DEAIH 
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04JUN1637 Boston, Massachusetts 

20APR1665 ?Stoningtan, New London County, Connecticut 

01SEP1670 TStonington, New London County, Connecticut 



12 Joseph 



BIRTH 
DEAIH 
BTn?IAL 



18JUL1640 Baintree(Quincy), Massachusetts 

cl652 ?Stonington, New London County, Connecticut 
Cut leg with scyth P ft bled tn death. 



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. . .Chesebrough, Villiam (Continued) #10,876-8 ' 

CHILDREI OF: 

ITathaniel #10876-8-l-Anna b. 1660 m Sml . Richardson. . 2-SaraIi b. 1662 m Vm. Gallup.. 

3-Nathaniel b. 1666 m Sarah. Stanton. . 4-Brldset b. 1669 ml Vm. ThonpsoQ 

4-Hannah b. 1671 m Joseph Prentice. . S-Samuel b. 1674 m Prlscilla Alden 

e-Margaret b.cl6766 m Joseph Stanton. . 7- Mary b. 1678. . 

2nd. Vife : 8-Mary b. 1581 d. 1750 ml Benj . Miner m2 Joseph Page.. I 

9-Jerusha b. 1683 m Uehemiaha Palaer. , * 

10-Hercy b. 1686 ml Isaac Bailey m2 Vm. Dewey. . v 

Elisha #10876-ll-l-Elihu b. 1668 m Hannah Miner.. I 



. . (10876) Villiam was a gunsmith in England. Around 1649, as one of the first white 
settlers in the Stonington area of IJew London CT(he received large land grants), he 
changed occupations to that of farmer/stock raiser. 

He departed England in 1630 with Gov. Vinthrop's fleet & first settled in Boston, MA 
where in MAY1631 he became a Freeman of the colony. In 1634, h.e was elected constable ini 
Boston. Prior to 1640, he removed to Baintree, MA where he was elected a representative 
ot the General Court of Massachusetts. Soon after, he removed to Rehoboth in Plymouth 
Colony. At Sehoboth, he was arrested in an affray with, the Indian Vassamequine. ITot 
happy with his treatment there, he removed to Vaquetequock Cove in New London County, CT 
around 1649. The surrounding marshland provided abundant grasses for his livestock. 

His enemies in Plyinouth Colony informed the Connecticut authorities that he planned to 
engage in the sale of guns to the Indians. Connecticut authorities forced him to post a 
£300 bond to assure he would not engage in such illegal trade. 

At one time, he had been granted over th.ree thousand acres of land in New London 
County. His house stood on tlie west side of Vequetequouck Cove, near the head of the tide- 
water. 

He served as Deputy to the Assembly at Hartford CT 1653-4-5-6. He also was a Selectmanij 
of Stonington many years. 



SOURCFS t. fITSC INFO ' (RVSO IiN0V1987), Wheeler p,288, Savage p. 374, 



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MRSH: ELACE 

DEAIH: PLACE 

SIIEIAL: ELACE 

QISE£ RESIDENCES : 

OCCUPATIQgS : 

niLITABY EECQEn: 

HIS FATHER; 



Ifew Ronmey, Kent County, England 
Massachusetts 



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VIFE'S FULL MME : 



? , Susan 
ELACE: 



RELIGinTT: 
MQTHET?: 



EISIH: 

LII5S.: 1637 ELACE: Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts 

EIIEIAL: ELACE: 

OTHER RESIPEgCES: 

QCCUPATIQHS: RELTCTTrnT : 

HER FATHER; MOTHER: 



#10905 



CHILPREIf/*SPQ?SE 



DATE: 



PLACE; 



Comfort 



#5452 BAEIZ. 



? , Elizabeth #5453 HAEEE. 

DEAIE 
EIIEIAL 



Uostrength 



BAPTZ 
KARRD 

DEAIE 
.EIIEIAl 



06JUL1589 Cranbrook, Kent County, England 
02JAI1659/50 Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts 



02MAY1591 Cranbrook, Kent County, England 



Moreglfte 



BAEIZ. 

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01CX:T1592 Cranbrook, Kent County, England 



Vllliam 



BAEIZ. 

MMD. 

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16FEB1594/5 Cranbrook, Kent County, England 



Hercy 



BAEIZ. 

HAEED. 

DEAIE 

.EIIEIAL 



06FEB1596/7 Cranbrook, Kent County, England 



Surstrust (Fem. ) 

Rouse, Faithful 



BAEIZ. 
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DEATH 

.BIIEIAL 



03DEC1598 Cranbrook, Kent County, England 
09DEC1618 St. Mary's, Ashford, Kent County, England 



StandwPl 1 (Fem. ) 



BAEIZ. 
DEAIE 
BURIAL 



13APR1600 Cranbrook, Kent County, England 

JUH609 Ashford, Kent County, England 
/S0.TUT.1609 St. Mary'.'g. Ashford . KPTit Cnimtv. Enarland 



Judith 



BAEIZ. 
DEAIE 

.^nsiAL 



17OCT1602 St. Mary's, Ashford, Kent County, England 

JUL1609 Ashford, Kent County, England 
22JUL1609 St. Mary's. Ashford. Kent C niiTity. England 



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19DEC1604 St. Mary's, Ashford, Kent County, England 



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DEAIE 
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06MAR1607/8 St, Mary's, Ashford, Kent County, England 

7DEC1681 Ashford, Kent County, England 
07PEC1681 St. Mary's. Ashford. Kent Cnimtv. Eni^land 



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Mary's, Ashford, 


Kent County, 


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1 


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#12.204 
LEE FAMILY ANCESTRY 

00006102, Col Richard Lee b.1613 Shrops, Eng., d.1665 Nthmb. Co., Va.; m. 16A1 Jamestown, Va., Anne 
Constable b.l621 London, Eng. d. prior 1665 Northumberland Co., Va. 

00012204, Richard Lee b.1653 Shrops, Eng., d. prior 1621 Shrops, Eng., m. 1599, Elizabeth Bendy. 

00024408, John Lee of Coton b.1530 Shrops, Eng., d.1605 Bucks, Eng., m. 1553 Joyce Romney 
b.1538 Shrops, Eng., d.1609 Bucks, Eng. 

00048816, Humphrey Lee of Coton b.1506 Shrops, Eng., d.1588 Shrops, Eng. m. Catherine Blount 
b. Shrops, Eng. d.1591 Shrops, England. 

00048818, John Romney b. Worcester, England. 

00097632, Thomas Lee of Coton b.c1470 Shrops, England, d.1526 Shrops, Eng. m. Joanna Morton. 

00097634, John Blount of Yeo b.c1465 Shrops, England m. Elizabeth Yeo(Eye) b.Heref., Eng. d.Heref., 
Eng., Heiress of Yeo. 

00195246, John Lee of Coton b.c1430 Shrops, England d. prior 1478 Shrops, England m. Eizabeth 
Corbin b. Staffs, Eng. 

00195268, Sir Humphrey Blount of Kinlet, b.1422 Shrops, England d.1478 Shrops, England m. 
Elizabeth liJynington b.Chesire, England d.1502 Shrops, England. 

00390492, John Lee of Coton b.1398 Shrops, England m. Joyce Packington d/o Sir John Packington. 

00390536 , Sir John Blount of Kinlet b.c1390 Shrops, England d.1443 Shrops, England m. Alice 

Delabere b.c1395 Herf., Eng. d/o Kynard Delabere & Joanna Barre d/o Sir Thomas Barre. 

00780984, Roger Lee of Coton b.c1360 Shrops, Eng. (1st. Lee of Coton) m. Margaret Astley, heiress 
of Coton b. Shrops, England d.1423 Shrops, England. 

00781072, Sir John Blount of Sodington, b. Worcester, England d.1424 UJorcester, England m. 1) 
Juliana Foulhurst. 2) Isabel de Cornwall(Plantagenet) b. Shrops, England. 

01561968 , Sir John Lee of Roden and Stanton b.c1325 Shrops, England. 

01561970, Sir Thomas Astley b. UJarks., England d.1362 Shrops, England m. Elizabeth Harcourt d/o 
Sir Richard de Harcourt of Oxford, England. 

01562144. Sir John Blount of Sodington, b.1298 UJorcester, England s/o Sir Walter le Blount, John 

d.1358 Worcester, England m. 2) Eleanor Beauchamp. 1) Isolda Mountjoy d/o Sir Tms. Mountjoy 

01562146, Sir Bryan de CornwalKPlantegenet) b.cHIS Shrops, England d.1397 Shrops, England, 
High Sheriff of Shropshire, 1378. m. Maude Le Strange b.Whitechurch, Shrops, England. 

03123936, Sir John de la Lee b.c1285 Shrops, England. 

03123940, Thomas Astley, 3rd Lord Astley, b. Warks. England m. prior 1342-49 Elizabeth de Beauchamp 
b.c1310 Warwick Castle, England s/o Thomas, Earl of Warwick. 

03124292, Sir Edmund de Cornwall(Plantagenet) b.c1282 Shrops, England d.1354 m.1314 Elizabeth 
de Brampton of Brampton Bryan. 

03124294, Fulk Le Strange, Lord Le Strange b.c1267 Shrops, England d.1324 Seneschal of Aquitaine 
m.1307 Alianore Giffard b.c1270 Brimsfield, Gloucester, England. 



006247872, Sir Thomas de la Lee b.Shrops, England. 

06247882. Guy de Beauchamp of Uarwick b.1278 UJarks. England d.1315 Warwick Castle, LUarks. England 
m.c1309 Alice de Toni d/o Ralph de toni, Baron of Flamstead & Lady Alice de Bohun d/o 
Humphrey Bohun, Earl of Hereford(Humphrey was great-great grandson of King David I 
of Scotland. 

006248584, Richard de Cornwall d.1272 Birkhamstead Castle, Cornwall, England, m. Joan St. Owen. 

006248590, Baron John Giffard of Brimsfield b.1232 Gloucester, England d.1299 Wilts, England m.c125B - 
Maude Clifford b. Clifford Castle, Herts, England d.1281 Gloucester. England w/o Sir 
liJiliiam Longspee. 

012495744, Sir Thomas de la Lee b.c1221 Shrops, England d. prior 1258. m. Petronilla Corbet b.Moreton 
Corbet, Shrops, England d/o Sir Richard Corbet of Moreton Corbet, Justiciar of Shrops 124 

012495764, LUilliam de Beauchamp, Earl of UJarwick, b.c1255 Worcester, England d.1298 Gloucester, Eng. 
m. Maude Fitzjohn b. Birkhamstead Castle, Cornwall, England d.1301 Grayfriars, Worcs., Eng. 

012497168, Richard de Cornwall(Plantagenet), Earl of Cornwall, King of the Romans - 1257, Holy Roman 
Emperor. b.1209 Winchester Castle d.1272 Birkhamstead Castle, Cornwall, England, younger 
brother of King Henry II of England. By his mistress, Joan Vautort, he was father of 
Richard de Cornwall #006248584. 

012497182, Sir Walter Clifford of Clifford, b. Clifford Castle, Herts., England d.1263 Herts., England 
m. Margaret LLewellyn b.c121Q Wales, d. Herts., England. 

24991488, Reyner(Riginald) de Lega, appointed High Sheriff of Shrops, England by King John, 1201. 

Father of Sir Thomas de la Lee, #012495744. 

24991530, John Fitzgeoffrey, Lord of Birkhamstead, Cornwall, England, Chief Justice of Ireland 

(1245-1256), d.1258 m. Isabel Bigod b.c1220 Norfolk, England, p/o Maude Fitzjohn w/o William 
de Beauchamp #012495764. 

24994336, John Plantagenet b.1166 London, England d.1216 Lincoln Castle, Newark, England. 

King of England (1159-1216), s/o Henry II & Eleanor of Aquitaine. Married 1200 2) Isabella 
de Angouleme b.1184 Angouleme, France d.1246 Fontevrault, Normandy. Crowned Queen of 
England 1200. Daughter of County Aymer Taillefer de Angouleme & Alice de Courtenay 
d/o Peter of France, s/o Louis VI of France. John Plantagenet was father of #012497168. . 

24994366, Llewellyn ap lorworth, Llewellyn the Great, King of Wales 1194, b.1173 Wales d.1240 

Aberconway Castle, Wales m. 1206 3)Joan Plantagenet b.c1190 Derby, England d.1236 Llanfae! 
Wales. Daughter of King John by his mistress Agatha de Ferrers, d/o of Robert de Ferrers, 
Earl of Derby & Sibilla de Braose. 

49983060, Hugh Bigod, Earl of Norfolk 8. Earl of Pembroke, b.c1190 Norfolk, England d.1225 Norfolk, 
England. A Magna Charta Surety, son of Roger Bigod, Earl of Norfolk, also a Magna Charts 
Surety, & Isabel Plantagenet a niece of King Henry II. Hugh married 1212 Maude Marshall 
Heiress of Pembroke, d/o of William Marshall, Earl of Pembroke, Lord Marshall of England, 
b.c1153 d.1219, an advisor to King John at the signing of the Magna Carta at Runymede. 

Multiply the above I/D number by 2 to find parents. Divide by 2 to find children. Wife's ID number 
is always one digit higher than husband(exp. Margaret Llewellyn would be #12497183.). 



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,,LDS - Latter Day Saints Senealogicai Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, 
,,UCLA - University of California Los Angeles Library, 
,,LAPL - Los Angeles City Central Public Library, 



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